Avenue Q opening night LGBT social *RSVP required*

UPDATE: The Pre-show Reception is a private event, by invitation only. RSVP required. If you have tickets to see Avenue Q at the PAC, contact Identity for information about the invitations.

It's finally here! Avenue Q is a hilarious, risque and thought-provoking Broadway show with positive gay content, and it's live at the Anchorage Performing Arts Center on January 21-27, 2011. There's even a GLBT mixer on opening night, for community members with tickets:
Join the LGBT community before the show for drinks and hors d'oeuvres at the PAC's Sydney Lawrence Theatre, on Friday January 21 from 6-7:45 p.m. This free event is sponsored by the Concert Association with Mad Myrna's and South. Come mingle with friends, then enjoy the show.
Bent Alaska first posted about Avenue Q almost a year ago, when the Anchorage Concert Association's 2010-2011 season was announced. It's wonderful that Anchorage will get to see this award-winning and gay-inclusive show! My partner and I saw Avenue Q several years ago on vacation in the lower 48 and we loved it. If you haven't seen it yet, see it now. (And if you saw it years ago, see it again with your Anchorage friends.)

Note: Avenue Q is a show for adults and includes scenes with puppets having sex, drinking, swearing and surfing the web for porn. ACA recommends the show only for ages 15 and up.

Tickets for Avenue Q are available online through Center-Tix HERE. Don't miss it!

The earlier post included a video of the song If You Were Gay. This time we'll post the theme song, It Sucks To Be Me, performed by the original Broadway cast:

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