One-Man Comedy MANish BOY With Ralph Harris (Dreamgirls)
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The last date listed for MANish BOY was Sunday August 25, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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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
Quotes & Highlights“Writer-Actor-Comedian Ralph Harris is a clever writer, and a very funny man. His eloquent and affectionate portrait of his feisty 94-year old grandfather is a comic gem, strongly rooted in reality.”_ —LA Weekly_
“Despite the comedy, the show is painfully real - a stinging commentary on the millions of neglected boys who grow up never knowing their dads.” _-Charlotte Observer_
“Comedian Harris knows how to make an audience laugh … But in MANish BOY, it’s his ability to make the audience relate to the neighborhood characters and friends that make those laughs much more memorable and side splitting.” —Gaston Gazette
Forced to reach back into his childhood memories, that door comes crashing open, revealing the fear he harbors about being a father. In MANish BOY he returns home to take a DNA test. His visit home brings back the good, the bad and the painful memories of his boyhood. Inspired by his favorite childhood place— his mom’s basement; Ralph effortlessly brings family members and childhood friends to life. In the basement he discovers that sometimes where you’re from, makes you who you are!