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The show was directed by Jason Moore with puppets designed and built by original cast member Rick Lyon.
Avenue Q has received many favorable reviews for its approach on topics like racism, homosexuality, and Internet pornography.
The puppets are animated and voiced by puppeteers who are on stage, unconcealed.
The puppet and human characters ignore the puppeteers, creating the illusion that the puppets are alive.
The storyline presupposes the existence of "monsters" and talking animals, and human actors sing, dance and interact with puppets, both human and non-human, as if they were sentient beings, in a light-hearted, quasi-fantasy environment.
However, the characters use a considerable amount of profanity, and puppet nudity and sex are portrayed.
Avenue Q is a musical comedy featuring puppets and human actors with music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx and book by Jeff Whitty.
Avenue Q's cast consists of three human characters and eleven puppet characters who interact as if human, Sesame Street-style.
The show first opened in 2003 at the Vineyard Theatre co-produced by the Vineyard Theatre and The New Group.
In July of that same year the show moved to the John Golden Theatre on Broadway.
Marx and Lopez said that they originally intended to offer the Gary Coleman role to Coleman himself, and he expressed interest in accepting it, but did not show up for a meeting scheduled to discuss it.
They stated that the character illustrates "one of the most important themes in Avenue Q ...
The show addresses adult themes, such as racism, pornography, homosexuality and schadenfreude.