A scene from Handbag Productions‘ hit musical, Poseidon: An Upsidedown Musical. The haberdasher tries to explain to Nonnie that her brother Ted is dead. When she finally realizes her brother is dead, she asks the haberdasher, “Did you like his music?” That is the line that was fetishised into a song.
Book & Lyrics by David Cerda (w/Cheryl Snodgrass)
Music by David Cerda & Scott Lamberty
Directed by Matthew Gunnels
Nonnie: Ed Jones
James Martin: Dan Hicky
Paul and Mary Bland dream of opening a gourmet restaurant but they need money to do that. Why not lure sexual deviants to their apartment and kill them? When their swarthy, sexy janitor Raoul learns of their scheme, he partners with them to help dispose of the bodies. That’s when things get complicated…
Based on the cult 1982 film Eating Raoul this musical adaptation is a perfect summer treat for those who enjoy their musicals with a twist.
Eating Raoul – The Musical
Directed by Matt Gunnels
Book by Paul Bartel
Music by Jed Feur
Lyrics by Boyd Graham
produced by Handbag Productions
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by Tim Wilkins & Kevin Remington
Songs and Special Musical Material by Fred Barton
Directed by Cheryl Snodgrass
Where: The Bailiwick Arts Center Studio Space, 1229 W. Belmont Ave.
When: Previews Oct. 9, 10, 11,
Opens Monday, Oct. 13 Runs Thurs.- Sat. , 8pm and Sundays at 3:30pm
Cost: $10 Previews, $15 Thursdays, $25 Fri.-Sun.
from the play written by David Cerda and Pauline Pang. Directed by Scott Bradley. This scene features Tracy Repep as Tippi Hedren as Melanie Daniels and David Cerda as Suzanne Pleshette as Annie Hayworth.