Trey Parker's CANNIBAL: THE MUSICAL
by Trey Parker
Full Length Musical, Comedy / 10m, 2f
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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Reviews"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
- Intense Adult Themes
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- Time Period: 19th Century
- Duration: 105 Minutes
- Setting: The unsettled territory of Colorado.
- Additional Features: Physical Comedy
- Features / Contains: Period Costumes
- Musical Style: Classic Broadway, Country/Western
- Vocal Demands: Moderate
- Orchestra Size: Small/Combo, Medium
- Chorus Size: Medium
SHANNON WILSON BELL
O.D. LOUTZENHEISER (ONE OF THE DADS, A UTE INDIAN, JUDGE, CYCLOPS)
PRESTON NUTTER (MR. MILLS, ONE OF THE DADS, BOTH OF THE SHERIFFS)
CHEIF (CYCLOPS, THE GENERAL STORE OWNE, ONE OF THE DADS)
- Ensemble cast
- Reduced casting (Doubling Possible)
- Expandable casting
- Flexible casting
- Room for Extras
- Strong Role for Leading Man (Star Vehicle)
NOTE: If your Chief is an ethnicity obviously different from the rest of the cast, be careful about having him double parts. It may spoil the joke if the audience sees him
before he comes onstage as the Chief.
*Jesus & Aliens: This is a great way to fill in some gaps in your show. If you need to cover a set change, give an actor time for a costume change, or just bridge the gap between two scenes, add Jesus or an Alien to the show. They can come on stage at any time, for no apparent reason, and do anything at all.
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