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Série 1Théâtre: Noel Coward Theatre (Londres - Angleterre) Durée : 2 ans 9 mois Nombre : 1179 représentationsPremière Preview : jeu. 01 juin 2006Première : mer. 28 juin 2006Dernière : sam. 28 mars 2009Mise en scène : Jason Moore • Chorégraphie : Ken Roberson • Presse : MICHAEL BILLINGTON du THE GUARDIAN: "It had delighted me sufficiently...Much of the show's charm lies in the easy interaction of people and puppets...There is more wit than whimsy in the delightful Lopez-Marx numbers."
PAUL TAYLOR du THE INDEPENDENT: "What's appealing about the piece and Jason Moore's bouncy, enjoyable production is the total absence of jaded cynicism. What's less attractive is the lack of real bite...Avenue Q is about as genuinely subversive as Friends...All the same, I found it, intermittently, a lot of fun."
DOMINIC CAVENDISH du THE DAILY TELEGRAPH; "Light-weight affair."
BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE du THE TIMES: "There’s something almost refreshing in several of the jaunty-sounding songs."
NICK CURTIS du THE EVENING STANDARD: "Avenue Q's puppets tell racist jokes, screw around, download porn and generally get depressed by their crappy lives...very well executed and sporadically hilarious "
BRIAN LOGAN du TIME OUT: "Very easy to enjoy."
LISA MARTLAND du THE STAGE: "Clever and saucy libretto...Within an extraordinarily talented ensemble Julie Atherton and Jon Robyns are quite brilliant in creating these puppet personalities."
SUSANNAH CLAP du THE OBSERVER: "It's a little bit smart , fairly shrewd and self-parodying , constantly perky, sometimes funny and basically mushy."