Bright-eyed college graduate, Princeton, is played by Paul Spicer. Spicer is co-founder and director of the West End’s ‘Notes from New York’ series, which has seen him headline shows at the Arts and Trafalgar Studios and the Donmar Warehouse. Winning an Andrew Lloyd Scholarship at Arts Ed, London, Spicer often teaches there when he is not acting in musical theatre.
Delroy Atkinson performs as Avenue Q’s handyman Gary, an ex-child TV star who cannot come to terms with the fact he is not famous anymore. Atkinson has previously performed in the West End including roles in Jerry Springer – The Opera, Rent and The Bomb-itty of Errors. He has also acted in television having been in The Bill and My Family.
Cassidy Janson shows off her acting diversity by playing both Kate Monster, Avenue Q’s shy, romantic kindergarten teaching assistant, and polar-opposite Lucy the Slut, a hell raiser whose purpose in life is to shack up with every man in sight! Janson has previously played wicked witch Elphaba in West End smash, Wicked.
Wannabe comedian, Brian, is played by Siôn Lloyd. Lloyd has previously performed in the original West End production of The Full Monty, and his television roles include playing Liam in Casualty and DC Moffat in Outside the Rules.
Feisty therapist and girlfriend to Brian, Christmas Eve is played by Jacqueline Tate. Tate trained at the Royal Northern College of Music and the London School of Musical Theatre, and subsequently went on to perform as Madame Giry in The Phantom of the Opera. She is also a founding member of the UK Production of Opera Burlesque.
Tom Parsons plays both Trekkie Monster who is obsessed with internet porn, and Nicky, the happy-go-lucky, pestering puppet. Parsons has previously performed in the West End as Eddie in Mamma Mia, as well as understudying Sky in the same musical.