November 4 (7PM - preview), November 5 (2PM - preview and 8PM), November 6 (3PM), November 10 (2PM and 7PM), November 11 (7PM), November 12 (2PM and 8PM), November 13 (3PM), November 17 (7PM), November 18 (7PM), November 19 (2PM and 8PM), November 20 (3PM)

Weekday Adult: Premium $59 and Regular $54
Weekend (Sat/Sun) Adult: Premium $65 and Regular $60 • Weekday Senior: Premium $57 and Regular $52 •  Weekend (Sat/Sun) Senior: Premium $63 and Regular $58 • Student: $32
Group (10 or more): Premium $52 and Regular $47


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Avenue Q

November 4 (preview)—20, 2022

Before The Book of Mormon…and many years after Sesame Street…came AVENUE Q, which ruled Broadway (for six years) and Off Broadway (for ten years). The winner of the Tony "Triple Crown" (Best Musical, Best Score and Best Book), the show is as relevant and laugh-out-loud funny today as it ever was.


With music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx and a book by Jeff Whitty, Avenue Q tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named Princeton, who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q, which he soon discovers is far from an ordinary neighborhood. Filled with gut-busting humor and a delightfully catchy score, not to mention puppets, Avenue Q continues to make us laugh, learn and reconsider the world around us.

The Axelrod’s all-star cast will be directed by Todd LaBron Underwood and Music Direction by Michael Gilch.






Clint is thrilled to be making his Axelrod debut with this show! He is an NYC-based actor, director and choreographer and has performed in five national and international tours and at countless regional theatres across the country. Clint also starred in the NYC productions of Flash/Frozen at Theatre Row, It Came from Beyond and Lili Marlene at St. Luke’s Theatre and Flight School the Musical, for which he was a part of the Original Cast Recording. He has been featured in several NYC, regional and international commercials, print ads and TV shows. His work can be seen in Before I Go, starring Annabella Sciorra, currently streaming on Amazon Prime and in the upcoming film Resilient.  As a director, Clint has worked at Ogunquit Playhouse, Little Theatre on the Square, Virginia Children's Theatre, Westchester Sandbox Theatre, Write Act Rep. and Vital Theatre. He is currently the puppet director for the developmental workshops of For the Lost Children of Paris, written by two-time Tony-nominee Carrie Robbins. Clint holds a BFA in Acting, with a minor in Dance from Ithaca College.  www.clinthromsco.com @chromsco

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Nicky/Trekkie Monster/

Bad Idea Bear

Adam is thrilled to be making his Axelrod debut. He’s worked five summer stock seasons with the New London Barn Playhouse, appearing in over a dozen productions-most recently starring in Boeing Boeing and Almost Maine. Elsewhere: The Cat in the Hat (TCT of Cincinnati), Hairspray (American Stage), Packer Fans From Outer Space (Northern Sky Theatre). Concerts: The Music Man and Superheroes! (Cincinnati Pops Orchestra). Radio: Script Supervisor for Live From Here with Chris Thile. CCM Grad. Thanks to all involved and much love to the Z’s! @adamzeph



Gary Coleman

Lashe (pronounced nay-lŭuh-shay) 

is a former member and Musical Director of the Harlem Gospel Choir. She has performed in many regional theater productions and has been considered for many Broadway and National Tour principal roles, such as Celie in The Color Purple (Broadway & Tours), Motormouth Maybelle (International & National Tours) in Hairspray and Joanne in RENT (National Tours). Her favorite roles to date are Effie in Dreamgirls (a role in which Henry Krieger lauded her for singing “I’m Not Going” exactly the way he wrote it to be sung) and Sofia in The Color Purple. NéLasheé’s has captivated audiences, with show-stopping performances throughout Europe, Asia and North America. This is NéLasheé’s third production here at APAC (previously in Dreamgirls and Ain’t Misbehavin), and she is excited to join the cast of Avenue Q. For more information on NéLasheé such as social media pages, websites and more please visit https://linktr.ee/yolandanelashee

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Bad Idea Bear/

Mrs. Thistletwat/Ensemble

Francesca is thrilled to be making her Axelrod debut in Avenue Q. She is a proud graduate of Western Connecticut State University where she received her BFA in Musical Theatre. Some recent credits include Chrissy in Hair, Sister Mary Robert in Sister Act, and Fredricka Armfelt in A Little Night Music. Be sure to follow her! Instagram: fransaccomagno Website: www.fransaccomagno.com.

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Luke Pearlberg


Luke is a recent graduate from Pace University School of Performing Arts. Despite five years living in New York, he is a Jersey Shore local, and so is thrilled to be making his regional debut 15 minutes from his hometown. Past recent credits include: Off-Broadway: Cult Classics (Marshall Applewhite); Professional: American Idiot (Feat. Ensemble); University: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (St Peter), The Body Pile (Gleb), Rosencratz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Polonius). He’d like to thank NJ Transit for making this possible, as well as his parents for taking him back in, and his girlfriend Rose. Represented by Baker Management. @lukepearlberg



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Lucy T. Slut

Miranda is thrilled to be making her Axelrod debut in Avenue Q. Originally a Florida native, Miranda relocated to the great state of New Jersey to attend Montclair State University, where she recently graduated with a BFA in Musical Theatre, a minor in Business, and a newfound appreciation for the changing seasons! Some of her favorite recent credits include Meg in Brigadoon, Pickles in The Great American Trailer Park Musical, and The Witch in Into The Woods. She has had the best time exploring the world of puppetry and is also incredibly grateful to be sharing the stage with her best friend and partner in life, Justin. Many thanks to her family, friends, and this amazing cast, as well as her lovely agents at SW Artists, for all their support! For more, check out www.mirandawolf.com

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Beau is excited to be back at Axelrod PAC where he was last seen as Roger in Grease. Most notably, Beau played Patrick Star in the first national tour of The SpongeBob Musical. Other credits include: Henry and Mudge (Mudge) with TheaterworksUSA, and Kiss Me, Kate (Second Man). He would like to thank Andrew and Todd for this opportunity. Much love to his wife Amanda. Point Park University BFA MT. @thebeaubradshaw

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Christmas Eve

Amelia is so happy to be back to her favorite avenue to give all her puppet friends therapy sessions. She’s an actress from Taiwan who has a BA in English. Some of her credits include How to Dance in Ohio (Caroline), Revelation the Musical, The King and I (U/S Lady Thiang), Avenue Q (Christmas Eve), Julius Caesar (Cassius), and TYA National Tour Miss Nelson is Missing (Cheryl). Grateful for my parents, and my Q family. ameliafei.com @amelia_bedeliafei AEA

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Justin Sudderth


Justin is a recent graduate of Montclair State University’s B.F.A. Musical Theatre Program. His recent credits include Jelly's Last Jam (The Long Wharf Theatre), Something Rotten! (Forestburgh Playhouse), and Mama Mia! (Forestburgh Playhouse). @Justinaaronsudderth


Todd Underwood 



Todd is thrilled to be back at Axelrod PAC. He was last here as the choreographer for La Cage aux Folles. He is an award-nominated director/choreographer whose work has been seen on stages and in film all over the world. Past productions include Cabaret,The Color Purple, Man of La Mancha, West Side Story, Saturday Night Fever (Connecticut Critics Circle Award nomination), Rent, Chicago, La Cage aux Folles, Having Our Say, Dreamgirls, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, AIDA, The Princess and the Black-Eyed Pea (NAACP Theater Award nomination), independent film, Were the World Mine (Astaire Award nomination), Memphis (Bay Area Circle Critics Award and Connecticut Critics Circle Award nominations), Ain’t We Got Fun (London Concert). His work is featured in the movie musical Hello, Again starring Audra McDonald, Cheyenne Jackson and Martha Plimpton, which also received a Chita Rivera Award nomination for Best Choreography in Film. He is also the Associate Artistic Producer at Ivoryton Playhouse in Connecticut.