Production Team
Director – Neil Silcock
Musical Director - Michael J Scott
Production Manager – Aaron Cawley
Choreographer – Jennifer Deakin
Assistant Director – Lesley Silcock
Lighting Design - Neil Hampson
Sound Design – Ant Cowley
Properties – Phil Danielson
Costume Director – Jeanie Brocklehurst
Poster Design – Aaron Cawley
Programme Design – Michael Scott
Marketing – Rachel Kirkbride / Nicola Holland

Cast
Princeton - Ben Ireson
Kate Monster - Jennifer Deakin
Brian - Rob Hargreaves
Rod - Andy Dunn
Nicky - Aaron Cawley
Second Puppeter - Claire Waby
Christmas Eve - Kirstin Dunn
Gary Coleman - Nicola Holland
Bad Ideas Bear #1 - Rachel Kirkbride
Bad Ideas Bear #2 - KLopez
Trekkie Monster - Nathan Hatton
Lucy & Mrs T - Sarah Dunn

‘Q’ Band
Conductor / Keys - Michael J Scott
Keys 2 / Synth – Jonathan Clayton
Keys 3 / Banjo - Bianca Blezard
Reeds – Diane Hammond
Lead Guitar – Dom Riverol
Bass Guitar - Stuart Gaskell
Drums/Percussion - Steve Jones

 

 

Avenue Q - April 2014


AQPoster.jpgPerformed at the Brindley Arts Centre & Theatre, Runcorn, Cheshire on the 1st - 5th April 2014.

Music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx, Book by Jeff Whitty based on an original concept by Robert Lopez and Jeff.

Puppets Conceived & Designed by Rick Lyon.

This amateur production is given by permission of JOSEF WEINBERGER LTD on behalf of MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL of New York


Directed by Neil Silcock and Musical Direction by Michael J Scott

Avenue Q NODA review.

Not everything that comes off the London stages and offered up for amateurs is always a success, but without exception you can rest assured this was a triumph. The unification of man and beast was as one. To have seen the brilliance in which this show was directed, musically, artistically, and performed was incredible. To have mastered the art of puppetry in such a short space of time and worked them in a way reserved for professionals is credit indeed, but not only that, the way in which the cast dressed reflected the puppets they were operating ( A compliment). Comedy is all about timing which was in abundance and had the audience reeling with laughter, adult in content but we are in the twenty first century, deal with it, Not the original set but one I liked and worked really well incorporating the orchestra with an amazing score which flowed throughout the whole show well done Michael J Scott. The cast moved danced and acted with infectious vigour in every number. I’ve purposely not singled out any one individual for accreditation (Not a cop out) as this would have been derogatory to a perfect piece as you were all absolutely brilliant. An evening of wonderful professional theatre.

by Pete Johnson (NODA)

http://www.noda.org.uk/regions/north_west

Avenue Q has not been authorised or approved by the Jim Henson Company or Sesame Workshop, which have no responsibility for its content.