Now, almost 25 years after bringing Pee-Wee to television, Paul Reubens has revived Pee-Wee and his playhouse in a whole new venue, on Broadway, as the opening production of the newly christened Stephen Sondheim Theater. The Broadway show runs through January 2nd and essentially is an extended live version of the CBS series. Even the inanimate objects are alive. The chair, the window and the daisy on the windowsill can all talk.
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Miss Yvonne real first name: Yvonne was a frequent visitor to the playhouse; obsessed with fashion and beauty; commonly proclaimed as "The Most Beautiful Woman in Puppetland " despite some casual viewers thinking the opposite of her beliefs, although Pee-Wee and his Playhouse characters such as Chairry often agree with her views of being the most beautiful probably to be polite. She symbolizes the common " girl next door " trope. She is often paired with Cowboy Curtis , who does things together with Pee-Wee, and in one episode asked out Cowboy Curtis on a date, where Pee-Wee helped Cowboy Curtis prepare for it by first going on a practice run with Cowntess. Despite this, she had crushes on a lot of men during the show, including Conky Repairman Johnny Wilson , Tito , Ricardo and Fireman Frank , though she never pursued a committed romantic relationship with any of these men. She also seems to occasionally show feelings for Herman himself, and he with her, even though the latter acts like a spoiled brat most of the time and not a mature man. In the fan fiction Wedding at the Playhouse , she and Herman finally get married and later have a daughter whom they name Paprika after one of the daughters of Pepper and ASIMO, two well-known robots.
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