“Sesame Street” has such a prominent presence in American culture that “Avenue Q,” the Broadway parody of Jim Henson’s beloved children’s show, is easy to appreciate. When Manoa Valley Theatre presented its own production of “Avenue Q” in 2011, the run was extended week after week until the show’s puppet characters had to leave for another previously scheduled booking. MVT’s new staging — presented as part of MVT’s 50th-anniversary season — is off to similar success. A week of shows was added to the run before the show opened Thursday.
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