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Guest Artist Series—Guest Artist Series subscribers save 15%! Save 10% with the Guest Artist Mini-Series! Just purchase tickets to two or more separate events.

College Performing Arts Series—Patrons can save 25% with two easy ways to subscribe: Subscriptions and Passbooks. Season subscriptions offer same-night, same-seat tickets to every performance in the series. The Passbook is a coupon redeemable for five tickets that can be used in any combination to one or more of the College Performing Arts Series shows. Advance reservations are required. Passbook coupons are only redeemable for performances scheduled Thursday through Sunday. All performances are reserved seating.

Saturday Morning Children’s Series—Designed for short attention spans, these performances are 50 to 60 minutes in length and are general admission seating. Saturday Morning Children’s Series subscribers save 10% and are assured lost ticket protection.

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AVENUE Q

Book by Jeff Whitty, Music and Lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx


Wednesday – Saturday, February 22-25, 2017, 8 p.m.
Sunday, February 26, 2017, 2 p.m.

Winner of the Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book, Avenue Q is the hilarious and timeless story of a recent college graduate trying to find his way in the world.  Set on Avenue Q in New York (he couldn’t afford anything better), fresh-faced Princeton is struggling to find his purpose:  meeting friends, finding love, losing love, and finding it again, along the way.  Inspired by Sesame Street, Avenue Q creates a puppet-filled world that’s more reflective of the difficult realities we face when we learn that real life isn’t quite as we dreamed it might be, but possibly more colorful and worthwhile. 

Tickets are $10 Regular, $8 Seniors, $5 Students with ID

Please Note:  Avenue Q has mature themes and or language that some patrons may find objectionable.