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Final Week for TRIASSIC PARQ THE MUSICAL, Closingn This Sunday, Aug 5


T R I A S S I C  P A R Q  The Musical


TRIASSIC PARQ The Musical, 2010’s Best Musical winner at FringeNYC, will end its strictly limited engagement as scheduled this Sunday, August 5th. Written by Marshall Pailet, Bryce Norbitz and Steve Wargo, TRIASSIC PARQ is directed by Mr. Pailet, with choreography by Kyle Mullins and musical direction by Zak Sandler. The cast of TRIASSIC PARQ features Lindsay Nicole Chambers (Hairspray, Lysistrata Jones), Brandon Espinoza (Les Miserables, Captains Courageous), Wade McCollum (Submissions Only), Claire Neumann (Boston Marriage), Lee Seymour (title role in Hamlet, Shakespeare’s Globe), Shelley Thomas (Zanna, Don’t!), and Alex Wyse (HBO’s Bored to Death).

“Flat-out ingenious!”
The New York Times

“85 minutes of dino-licious gender-bending mayhem!”
New York 1 News

“4 Stars. Monstrously funny! Will leave you higher than a flock of pterodactyls!”
Time Out

“Hilarious raunchy satire…The funniest show you’ll ever see
if you can hear it over the howls of laughter in the audience!
Associated Press

“Ingenious…Witty…Laugh-out-loud funny!”

Massively entertaining!
The Advocate

A raucous new musical that combines singing, sex, and Velociraptors in ways hitherto unimagined, TRIASSIC PARQ follows a group of cloned dinosaurs as they unearth the very foundations of their existence. Morality, faith, science, gender identity, and interspecies fornication are all explored, and sung about, as Morgan Freeman narrates this epic tale of love, loss and resurrected reptiles.

Set design for TRIASSIC PARQ The Musical is by Caite Hevner, with costume design by Dina Perez, lighting design by Jennifer Schriever, and sound design by Carl Casella and Chris Cronin.

TRIASSIC PARQ The Musical is produced by Amas Musical Theatre in association with Flying Squirrel Theatricals, RD Productions, Bulldog Theatrical, P2 Creations, and The Weekly World News. The remaining seven performances are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 8 PM; Saturday at 4 & 8 PM; and Sunday at 4 PM at the SoHo Playhouse, 15 Vandam Street (between Sixth Ave. & Varick St.) Tickets are available by calling 212-352-3101 or through