This undated image released by Jim Randolph Media Relations shows, standing from left, Alex Wyse, Claire Neumann, Wade McCollum, Shelley Thomas and Lindsay Nicole Chambers, in a scene from “Triassic Parq The Musical,” performing off-Broadway at The SoHo Playhouse in New York. (AP Photo/Jim Randolph Media Relations, Carol Rosegg)
NEW YORK (AP) — Pre-history would sound very different if dinosaurs could tell their own stories. Especially if they were raucously singing and dancing while dealing with identity crises and gender morphing and sudden doubts about the belief system that has always ruled their lives.
A troupe of leaping, singing dinosaurs are the true rock stars of the deeply funny “Triassic Parq, The Musical,” which opened Wednesday night for a limited run off-Broadway at The SoHo Playhouse.
This hilarious, raunchy satire, with witty book and Login to read more