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Returning to the Stage

6/13/2017, 3:40 p.m.
An award winning adult musical with actors and puppets telling stories of racism, homophobia, and homelessness while also taking on ...
A northeast Portland theater company presents the adult musical ‘Avenue Q’ about Princeton, a puppet who navigates a world of racism, homophobia and homelessness.

An award winning adult musical with actors and puppets telling stories of racism, homophobia, and homelessness while also taking on issues like finding the purpose of life is returning to a Portland stage.

The local theater company Triangle Productions! presents the Tony Award winning play “Avenue Q” about Princeton who can’t find a place to live on Avenue A so finally on Avenue Q he “might” have a chance!

The production stars eight actors with four of them who are also puppeteers! Shows open Thursday, June 8 and continue each Thursday, Friday and Saturday through July 1 at The Sanctuary at Sandy Plaza, 1785 N.E. Sandy Blvd. No one under the age of 17 admitted with being accompanied by an adult over 21 due to puppet nudity and sexual situations.