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Local Production of Avenue Q

Discussion in 'Puppet News' started by Adam Kreutinger, Jan 27, 2012.

  1. Adam Kreutinger

    Adam Kreutinger Well-Known Member

    Hey guy,
    I have been busy building puppets for a local production of Avenue Q. And it finaly opened this past Wednesday. I will post a bunch of the link. I designed and constructed the puppets for the show. Let me know what you think.

    you can see pics of the puppets here http://adamkreutinger.blogspot.com/


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  2. Slackbot

    Slackbot Well-Known Member

    Neat! I especially like your take on Trekkie Monster.

    I just saw a local production in Atlanta, and was blown away by its sheer excellence. One thing I wondered about was the puppet design. Are the puppet builders for regional performances required to come up with different designs, or is that the builder's choice?
  3. Adam Kreutinger

    Adam Kreutinger Well-Known Member

    From what the director told me, you can use the original designs but then you must credit Rick Lyon in your playbill as the designer (he was the original designer and builder)
  4. DramaQueenMokey

    DramaQueenMokey Well-Known Member

    My goodness! I absolutely LOVE your version of Lucy! She's so gorgeous!
  5. muppet88

    muppet88 Well-Known Member

    Wow those look great Adam! What did you use to make Trekkie's eyes?
  6. Adam Kreutinger

    Adam Kreutinger Well-Known Member

  7. muppet88

    muppet88 Well-Known Member

    Thanks Adam. I was actually wondering what you used for the white part of his eyes. Thanks!
  8. Adam Kreutinger

    Adam Kreutinger Well-Known Member

    those were vacuum formed from ABS
  9. muppet88

    muppet88 Well-Known Member

    Oh wow! Ok thanks!
  10. Adam Kreutinger

    Adam Kreutinger Well-Known Member

  11. Adam Kreutinger

    Adam Kreutinger Well-Known Member

  12. Frogpuppeteer

    Frogpuppeteer Well-Known Member

    i love your take on trekkie...nice work Adam
  13. Adam Kreutinger

    Adam Kreutinger Well-Known Member

  14. WillyThePig

    WillyThePig Well-Known Member

  15. mupcollector1

    mupcollector1 Well-Known Member

    I heard that Rick Lyon also had the Avenue Q puppets for rent as well. Though the original Avenue Q, that's still performing in New York right? I'd love to go see it again, it was great. Plus I got to see Book of Mormon. With the great satirical minds of one of the authors of Avenue Q with Trey Parker and Matt Stone, I know it's got to be something crazy good. :) I'm a huge Trey and Matt fan as well as a fan of Avenue Q and adult puppetry. :)
  16. WillyThePig

    WillyThePig Well-Known Member

    Do you know how to contact rick lyon for the puppets...I know his webstite lyonpuppets.com hasn't been edited since 2009.
  17. mupcollector1

    mupcollector1 Well-Known Member

    Oh yeah, his email still works on his site.
    You could also try this too
    and here's Rick's contact page

    I think this is where one gets the license and rental puppets. They look okay though I'm not sure if Rick also supplies the puppets from the original or not.

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