The perfect show to see while you’re staying in affordable hotels in Hollywood this month is Avenue Q, now extended through February 3 at the Met Theatre. The Met hosts Doma Theatre Company’s Broadway productions throughout the year in Hollywood.
Avenue Q is the critically acclaimed puppet production tackling life’s most vexing issues: love, sex, money, race, and how to tell your roommate he’s gay. Take a trip to New York City to the legendary Avenue Q m the only place you can afford fresh out of college or with your recent unemployment or quarter-life crisis. The puppets and their human counterparts share their unique views and experiences with audience members in a riveting production addressing issues like sex, drinking and porn.
The Doma Theatre Company is an up and coming name in the Los Angeles theatre scene with six well known musical plays. Cofounders Marco Gomez and Dolf Ramous, along with “The Hope and Union Foundation,” which benefits the youth at risk, created a unique theatre environment, involving the audience in each production. Last year they opened in March with The Who’s Tommy, and continued with productions of Songs for a New World, Jekyll & Hyde, Xanadu, and Once on This Island. The misson statement of the company is to enhance audience’s theatre experience beyond their expectations by presenting established and original musicals and plays in unique interpretations and settings. DOMA wishes to unite the theatre community in Los Angeles with the power of the audience and promote the arts.
The intimate, 99-seat theatre historically sells out fast so purchase your tickets to see Avenue Q now! The Tony-award winning musical is playing until February 3. Tickets are $20-$34, with general admission at $30. You can also book seats for the entire season for $150 including free parking, snacks, a free drink from the Doma Bar and preferred seating. Buy your tickets to the Met Theatre here today!