Shrek the Musical: An Ogre, a Princess and a Donkey
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The last date listed for Shrek the Musical was Saturday September 28, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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One of the most popular comic operas of all time, The Pirates of Penzance spins a hilarious tale of tenderhearted pirates with a soft spot for orphans and poetry, a squadron of bumbling British policemen, a bookish Major-General well-versed in everything but military matters and his bevy of beautiful maiden daughters. It was Gilbert & Sullivan's first work to premiere in the U.S. and features unforgettable melodies and tongue-twisting songs, including the crowd-pleasing favorite "I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General" and "Poor Wandering One." Learn More
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Featured review from Jennifer NorrisRed Velvet
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Great show! Songs are catchy and clever and well sung. In the audience the kids were rapt and the adults were smiling. Venue is clean and comfortable with good sightlines. Only bummer was at intermission we hit the lobby concession stand early, where only candy bars and drinks are offered and so missed out on the ice cream that they sell inside the auditorium.
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We had such a great time at Shrek! We brought our two sons (13 and 10) and they both loved it. Donkey was an especially big hit with my 10-year-old. The production value is extremely high with amazing sets, costumes, and makeup. And the cast...continued
About the Ticket Supplier: Diablo Theatre CompanyDiablo Theatre Company is a non-profit regional theatre organization dedicated to inspiring audiences and cultivating the next generation of theatre artisans.
Over the years, Diablo Theatre Company has grown to become a staple of the theatrical community in Contra Costa County, just east of San Francisco Bay. They produce two main stage musicals each year, drawing up to 14,000 patrons for each production. They also offer a Teen Theater program (Stars 2000) and a triple threat technique training program for youth and teens (Performing Arts Academy).