Coming Out as a Gay Ex-Catholic Iraqi: Tragicomedy Blood Fruit
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It's everyone's favorite boy-meets-girl, plant-eats-world love story: Little Shop of Horrors. Take a musical journey through the streets of Skid Row to a struggling flower shop where a blood-thirsty plant from another world eagerly awaits its next victim. Seductive, tragic and full of delightfully demented humor, this long-running Off-Broadway musical comedy is based on Roger Corman's B-movie and was later turned into a Broadway show and an Academy Award-nominated film starring Rick Moranis and Steve Martin. Now the intimate Cupcake Theater stages this campy classic with book and lyrics from Howard Ashman and music by Alan Menken, the legendary team behind the scores for Disney's The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin. Enjoy a night of bloody good fun with doo-wop inspired songs like "Skid Row," "Somewhere That's Green," "Feed Me" and "Suddenly, Seymour." Learn More
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Majd Murad has given us all a tremendous gift, the gift of honesty, integrity, a healthy sense of humor, and deep perspective on a life (his own) that in the hands of other people would turn to bathos and self-pity. Here is a young man who comes...continued
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Voted the Best of the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2011!
“[Majd] is to be applauded for his courage and sense of humor in the face of a life he did not ‘choose’ but is most willing to embrace every bit of it.” —LA Theatre Review
Written and Performed by Majd Murad
Developed with Eric Trules
Directed by Bethany Kraemer
Majd Murad is a writer, performer, director, maskmaker, and educator. He graduated Cum Laude from the University of California, Riverside, where he was the recipient of the Richard Risso Endowed Award in Theatre, the Academic Excellence Award in Theatre two years in a row, and six fellowships from the Gluck Program of the Arts. Some of his best roles include Eliot in Charles Evered’s Celadine, Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet, Helmer in A Doll House, and Mr. Mayor in Seussical! Blood Fruit marks his first solo show and he will continue to perfect it and perform it around the globe.