By Jennifer Reese
Updated August 31, 2007 04:00 AM

After a brief, unsuccessful stint in Vegas, the Tony-winning musical/Sesame Street send-up Avenue Q is coming to your neighborhood, with its sweetly bawdy tale of college grads seeking love, affordable housing, and Purpose on a ramshackle urban block. The puppets are fuzzy and randy, the actors terrific, the songs (”It Sucks to Be Me”) catchy, and the humor (”Everyone’s a Little Bit Racist”) politically incorrect yet gentle. If it isn’t the revelation it was when it debuted Off Broadway in 2003, this high-energy show remains an uplifting charmer. A-