Avenue Q

Avenue Q

by Robert Lopes and Jeff Marcs
Libretto: Jeff Witty
Director: West Hayler, Petyr Kaukov
Set design and costumes: Ivaylo Nikolov
Puppets: Dimityr Dimitrov
Choreography and lightning: Rosen Mihaylov
C: Kamen Asenov, Ventsislava Asenova, Tsvetelin Pavlov, Liliya Geleva, Marieta Petrova, Georgi Georgiev - Antika, Pavleta Semova, Mila Lyuckanova
Broadway puppet musical Avenue Q with three Tony Awards comes for the first time on Bulgarian stage directed by West Hyler, the American director experienced in this genre who has staged also for the celebrated Cirque de Soleil.

Avenue Q is a funny performance for adults, which is not ashamed of showing the sensitive topics of the present in an unexpected way. By means of attractive puppets, songs and dances the musical tells the story of Princeton, a college graduate who arrives in New York with his big dreams and a thin bank account. He can afford to rent a place only on Avenue Q. It turns out that what seems a nice poor neighbourhood at first sight is populated with odd creatures of all kinds. They are all struggling to find a job, love and, of course, the ever elusive meaning of life. The young star of Bulgarian pop scene Rafi Bohosyan is cast as Gary Coleman, an ex-celebrity who leases out apartments, and the music is played live by pianist Angel Nikolov.



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