I’d take her to it.
My first thought was “It’s too grown up for her.” Then I thought back to [redacted] years ago when I was 13 and thought about what I watched. There’s not a whole lot that is just plain too raunchy for a mature, bright person of that age, and of the things that are, I wouldn’t definitively declare Avenue Q among them. So yes, at times it is a bit risque, but not over the top for a precocious teenager. Yes, the play is grown up, despite the presence of muppets, and some of the humor she won’t truly get. She might understand “This is a joke,” but may not really get it, get it the way grown ups do, but so what? A lot of the humor is accessible to her age group, and my biggest reservation surrounds some mild-to-intermediate raunchiness that might not be okay for some kids. I would never advise against bringing her to the play because some elements of the humor or overarching theme she likely cannot relate to.
I think **DooWahDiddy **has it when he says the toughest part might be sitting through some of the raunchiest scenes with her. I don’t know how to give advice around here, because often I think something might be awkward, then this crowd tells me I need to be more open-minded. If your daughter can handle intermittent semi-crude sex jokes, and you don’t mind being next to her during them, have at it.