Among those scheduled to return are original Christmas Eve Ann Harada; Tony nominee Stephanie D’Abruzzo, who originated the roles of Kate Monster and Lucy; original Rod, Tony nominee John Tartaglia; and Trekkie Monster Rick Lyon.
The complete lineup of guest stars follows:
July 16 at 8 PM: Jordan Gelber and Ann Harada
July 18 at 8 PM: Evan Harrington
July 19 at 8 PM: Hazel Anne Raymundo
July 20 at 8 PM: Stephanie D’Abruzzo
July 21 at 2:30 PM and 8 PM: Rob McClure and Maggie Lakis
July 22 at 3 PM: Anika Larsen
July 22 at 7:30 PM: Sharon Wheatley
July 23 at 8 PM: Sharon Wheatley
July 25 at 8 PM: Jennifer Barnhart and Rick Lyon
July 26 at 8 PM: Stephanie D'Abruzzo
July 27 at 8 PM: Stephanie D'Abruzzo and John Tartaglia
July 28 at 2:30 PM and 8 PM: Jennifer Barnhart, Rick Lyon, and John Tartaglia
July 29 at 3 PM: John Tartaglia
July 29 at 7:30 PM: Barrett Foa and Carmen Ruby Floyd
Each of the anniversary shows will feature audience giveaways.
There will also be a special added performance of the show July 31 to coincide with the anniversary of Avenue Q opening on Broadway in 2003. The musical comedy ran for seven years at Broadway's John Golden Theatre before transferring to Off-Broadway's New World Stages, where it continues to play. The musical had also originated Off-Broadway at the Vineyard Theatre.
An Avenue Q reunion concert at Feinstein's/54 Below is scheduled for July 30, featuring the show's creators and cast members from Broadway and beyond.
The Tony-winning musical Avenue Q features music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx, a book by Jeff Whitty, and direction by Jason Moore. Set on a street block in New York City, the story follows a group of humans and puppets learning how to live and love in the Big Apple.