Marilyn ... Madness & Me Tells of One Man's Love for the Woman Behind the Legend
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The last date listed for Marilyn ... Madness & Me was Sunday October 20, 2013 / 3:00pm.
Currently at Monroe Forum Theatre at El Portal:
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Based on Disney's animated film, this unforgettable family musical is now brought to life on stage. Created by the combined talents of pop legend Phil Collins, acclaimed playwright David Henry Hwang and iconic novelist Edgar Rice Burroughs -- along with some good old Disney magic -- this is a Tarzan you won't want to miss. Featuring all of the songs from the movie (including the award-winning "You'll Be in My Heart") plus new ones created by Collins just for the musical, the production features special effects to allow the characters to fly across the stage as Tarzan swings through the trees of the jungle. Truly an iconic character, Tarzan has been entertaining readers and audiences for more than 100 years. It's the amazing story of a boy, orphaned after a shipwreck, who strives for acceptance by the tribe of apes who raise him. When a human expedition enters their jungle territory, Tarzan -- now a man -- encounters strangers like himself for the first time. This stage musical delivers a fresh adventure for all ages, and promises new memories of the legendary jungle hero. Learn More
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It is a very interesting play. Not what you think it is going to be at all. Yes, "Marilyn" is in the play. She is the catalyst for the action but really takes a backseat to the main character who is terrific. This is a character driven play. The narrative is so strong you can easily see the action. The first act moves at a decent pace but it is the second act that really takes off and sets up the ironic twist to the conclusion. It will give you something to think about for the ride home.
This show is not suitable for children under the age of 10.
Wednesday October 9th at 8:00pm is an understudy performance.