Triassic Parq: Premiere of Raunchy, Raucous New Musical Parody
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The last date listed for Triassic Parq was Sunday July 15, 2012 / 4:00pm.
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Singer-songwriter Shelley Fisher stars in her own one-woman musical, taking a wry look back on her life and career -- from her early upbringing as a Jew in Memphis to her adventures in and out of the entertainment industry. Raised in the Deep South, Fisher has had success as a jazz and blues vocalist and recording artist in L.A., along with creating her own romantic-comedy cooking show, Forkplay. This funny and heartfelt show features 14 original songs, penned by Fisher, along with pop composers Kenneth Hirsch and Harold Payne. A success in Los Angeles, the "Jewish Dolly Parton" now brings her show to the Soho Playhouse. Learn More
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“Incredibly inventive and uproarious … one of the most intelligent parodies of a musical since Urinetown.” —Broadwayworld
“Flat-out ingenious.” —The New York Times
A raucous new musical that combines singing, sex, and Velociraptors in ways hitherto unimagined, Triassic Parq follows a group of cloned dinosaurs as they unearth the very foundations of their existence. Morality, faith, science, gender identity, and interspecies fornication are all explored, and sung about, as Morgan Freeman narrates this epic tale of love, loss, and resurrected reptiles.
The show contains adult themes and may not be suitable for those under the age of 15.
About the Ticket Supplier: Amas Musical Theatre
Amas Musical Theatre is a non-profit, multi-ethnic theatrical organization located on MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village. Founded in 1968 by Ms. Rosetta LeNoire, the Amas mission is grounded in non-traditional, multi-ethnic production, education and casting. Amas Musical Theatre is devoted to the creation, development and professional production of new American musicals, the celebration of diversity and minority perspectives, the emergence of new artistic talent, and the training and encouragement of inner-city young people.