Avenue Q: The Irreverent Adult Puppet Musical
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The last date listed for Avenue Q was Friday November 22, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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- Full Price:
- $28.00 - $48.00
- Our Price:
- $14.00 - $24.00
They've wowed audiences on The Tonight Show and Hell's Kitchen and made it all the way to the finals on America's Got Talent. Now Jon Wee and Owen Morse -- better known as The Passing Zone -- are taking their acclaimed comedy juggling show to hilarious new heights. Shattering expectations and redefining the juggling genre for over two decades, this dynamic duo combines edgy comedy, dangerous stunts and jaw-dropping juggling skills into a unique routine that includes flying chainsaws and audience participation. Learn More
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Featured review from Fallen1800
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Wanted to see this show for years and finally got a chance to see what all the buzz was about. The theater is small and tucked in a bit of an odd location, but was great. The cast/show was wonderful! Anyone who has lived on the east or west coasts will enjoy the show and have a bit of a been there/done that feeling. Looking forward to seeing another show here!
* Due to adult situations (like full-puppet nudity), Avenue Q may be inappropriate for kids. Parental guidance is advised.
About the Ticket Supplier: MJR Theatricals/Music Box Musicals
MJR Theatricals (dba Music Box Musicals) is a 501©(3) non profit organization that was founded in 2012 by Artistic Director, Michael J. Ross and board members Danny and Robin Klaes.
At its home in Upper Kirby’s Music Box Theater, Music Box Musicals (MBM) was created to provide, quality, intimate, professional theatrical experiences for the Greater Houston community with a focus on employing Houston-based theatre artists.
The mission of MBM is to enrich the lives of greater Houston-area residents through performing arts, with a focus on employing Houston-based theater professionals. They are passionate about providing opportunities for the great talent pool in Houston. The long-term plan for the organization is to own its own facility where it can produce larger-scale productions, but still retain an “intimate theatre-going experience” for an audience.