Avenue Q is part flesh, part felt and packed with heart!
This interview is packed with laughs, the Wednesday Get Cereal team were lucky enough to have Sarah Golding come into the studio to discuss the upcoming production Avenue Q in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Sarah plays the puppets Lucy T and Kate Monster and if that wasn’t awesome enough, she is also the Executive Producer (very talented) in the production. If you’re a fan of puppets, laughing so hard it hurts and either re-visiting or being enlightened of the process to adulthood, than you will fall in love with Avenue Q.
Avenue Q is a coming-of-age parable that satirises the issues and anxieties associated with leaving college and entering the adult world, and covers themes such as racism, sexuality and pornography. Its characters lament that they were told by their parents, and by children’s television programs such Sesame Street that they were special; but as adults, they discover that in the real world their options are limited, and they are no more special than anyone else.
You can check out Trifle Theatre’s Avenue Q at the 2015 Melbourne International Comedy Festival on Wednesday 25th of March till the 11th of April (some shows already sold out!) at Chapel off Chapel. For more information and for tickets you can head to:
Give them a like on Facebook, you wont regret it! https://www.facebook.com/avenueqmelb
Please note this is an adult production, not suitable for children.