Offbeat musical coming to avenue near you

Have you ever thought to yourself, “It sucks to be me”? If so, “Avenue Q” might be the musical for you. The show puts an adult spin on “Sesame Street,” featuring the Muppet-esque puppets that made the children’s show famous.

Have you ever thought to yourself, “It sucks to be me”? If so, “Avenue Q” might be the musical for you. The musical comes to the Assembly Hall on Sunday, and tickets are still available, starting at around $30 (with student ID).

The musical, which features numbers such as “It Sucks to be Me” and “I’m Not Wearing Underwear Today,” puts an adult spin on “Sesame Street,” featuring the Muppet-esque puppets that made the children’s show famous.

The musical opened in 2003 in New York City and ran on Broadway until this September, making it the 20th-longest running Broadway show in history. It won several Tony Awards, including the one for best musical.

The musical is appearing at Assembly Hall as part of the WCIA Broadway Series, which also includes “Annie” and “Cabaret” this year.