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Full-Length Musical, Comedy
From the co-creator of South Park and The Book of Mormon, comes the “All Singing! All Dancing! All Flesh Eating!” Trey Parkers’ Cannibal! The Musical live on stage.
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"Before there was South Park, Baseketball, or Orgazmo, there was this Rocky Mountain freakout from the fevered imaginations of Parker and Stone, a rousingly lowbrow retelling of the legend of Colorado cannibal Alferd Packer and his bizarre culinary gifts... It's a ridiculous, over-the-top carnival of gore, sophomorically sly humor, and cheese-whiz choreography that manages -- above all odds -- to be cheerily invigorating as well." - Austin Chronicle "Long before Matt Stone and Trey Parker introduced the world to the potty-mouthed third graders of "South Park" (1993 to be exact), their twisted minds came up with a tasty (or tasteless, depending on who you ask) movie musical, made 'in the tradition of Friday the 13th Part 2 and Oklahoma!" - mediacircus.net"It's finger-licking good, a tasty 90 minutes of yummy production numbers and intense spiritual crises...it will take a truly jaded soul to push away from the table before this often hilarious meal is over. Bon appetit!" - San Francisco Examiner
ON BREAKING CHARACTER
20 Plays & Musicals for Spooky SeasonAnnette StorckmanSeptember 27, 2019
The Creative Team on Cannibal The Musical
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