The News spoke to the stars of The Hills Grammar School's latest musical Avenue Q.
Here's what they had to say about their relationship and the fun of the project.
Q:How are you today?
Kate Monster: I'm really great, thank you.
Q: What has been the highlight of this play for you?
Kate Monster: I think the highlight has been like, um, learning a lot about Princeton. We have a really - it's a bumpy relationship isn't it? [turns to Princeton for affirmation]
Princeton: Yeah, sorta.
Q: When you say bumpy what do you mean?
Kate Monster: Well, he breaks my heart.
Princeton: Not on purpose.
Kate Monster: No but you were trying to find your purpose and that's why you broke up with me.
Princeton: I said I was sorry. I'm so sorry.
Kate Monster: We made up.That's the point. We're together now.
Princeton: But you said, ah, what's the highlight of this play? I don't understand. This isn't a play.
Kate Monster: No Princeton, it's like what's the best part about this whole show?
Princeton: Show? This is my life here we're talking about!
Kate Monster: Yeah, he decided to write this about his life and that's expressed at the end of the play. Princeton! Come on, you must have an answer.
Princeton: Well, I guess finding my purpose was fun, it was an adventure in itself, but I don't know, everything was just so fantastic.
Kate Monster: It really is fantastic and like the whole cast gets together and it's fun, it's really fun. It's sad, but it's fun.''