Death Becomes Her: Black Comedy with Special Effects at Birch North Park Theatre
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The last date listed for Death Becomes Her was Wednesday March 16, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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A contemporary rock musical about the devastating toll that mental illness takes on a suburban family may seem odd ... but Next to Normal became one of Broadway's biggest and most compelling hits in recent years. This riveting show nabbed three Tony Awards in 2009 and the Pulitzer Prize for its heartbreaking, humorous and unflinchingly authentic look at a seemingly normal modern family's struggles with the effects of bipolar disorder. Each character's journey in this San Diego Musical Theatre production is further punctuated by powerful music scored by Tom Kitt (American Idiot). Featuring 30 original songs, including "Just Another Day," "You Don't Know" and "Superboy and the Invisible Girl," Next to Normal is, in the words of The New York Times, "much more than a feel-good musical; it is a feel-everything musical." Learn More
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The movie was very entertaining and comical as described. The emcees added comedy to the event. Attendees are obviously supportive of the LBG community. My wife and I are straight but we have one gay son and one son that is bi-sexual.This was a leaning experience for me and helped me understand and accept that gays and lesbians are entitled to the same rights and privileges as heterosexuals under federal and state law as long as inappropriate behavior is not exhibited in public.
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_Death Becomes Her _is a fantastic black comedy that mixes rapier wit with cutting-edge special effects. Insufferably vain: writer Helen (Goldie Hawn) and actress Madeline (Meryl Streep) have hated each other for years. Madeline is married to plastic surgeon Ernest (Bruce Willis), who was once Helen’s fiancé. After she recovers from a mental breakdown, Helen vows revenge by stealing back Ernest and plotting to kill Madeline. Meanwhile, both rivals have secretly drunk a miracle cure for aging; and accidentally discover when each tries to eliminate the other, that they have discovered the secret of eternal youth — and find that it has a few unadvertised drawbacks. With Isabella Rossellini.