The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to Triassic Parq!

Hundreds upon hundreds of shows enter the NY Fringe Festival every year . . . and only a few come out alive.  Bra-ha-ha (that’s my phonetic spelling of an evil laugh, BTW).

And by alive, I mean, only a few come out with a future life.

One of those lucky few is this week’s giveaway . . . Triassic Parq, The Musical!  (Can you say spoof?), the 2010 Winner of the Fringe Festival Best Musical Award! Triassic, is playing at the SoHo Playhouse as I type this, and surprise, surprise, one of you is gonna get a pair of freebies to see it.

Jurassic Park was a Spielberg movie.

Come up with a spoof title of any other Spielberg movie, TV show, cartoon, etc. and comment it below.  The winner will get to see Triassic Parq.

Ready, set . . . SPOOF!

 

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  • Michael Radi says:

    NY Times Critics: The Raters Of The Lost Art

  • Dean Roth says:

    Some spoofs with a theatre twist

    “*servicefees not included” – One man’s journey to purchase theater tickets at the stated price.

    “Back to the Past” – Revival of a recently revived revival jukebox musical. Comes prepackaged with two sequels.

    “Sondheim’s List” – Yet another jukebox show.

    “Saving Ryan’s Privates” – Combines the organ transplant black market with gender-reassignment surgery

    “Catch Me If You Can” – wait, someone else did that one already

    “Super 8-track” – a group of friends witness the unexplained success of “Rock of Ages”

  • Susan says:

    Umpire of the Sun, the Joey Crawford story

  • John N. says:

    War of the WordsWithFriends (war of the worlds)

    Peg:a captain is born (Hook)

  • Nick V says:

    Lysistrata Jones and the Last it Played

  • Matt says:

    B.P.: The Extra-Spill-Of-Petrol

  • Steven U says:

    Star Bores

  • Steven U says:

    Star Bores.

  • Liz Wollman says:

    Duel: The Musical!

  • Sue says:

    O.T, the Extra-Industrial

  • Morgan M says:

    Jowls

  • Timmy D. says:

    Memoirs of a Swing

  • Missy says:

    Jermassic Park : The ANTIGERM World

  • John says:

    Remember Schedule Mayan

  • Nancy Paris says:

    Schnook!

  • Marcus Cooper says:

    A.I.: Asinine Intelligence

  • Sarah says:

    True Girth.

  • LARRY ABRAMSKY says:

    E.D. – THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL SEX COMEDY,

    STARRING WOODY ALLEN, HARVEY FIERSTEIN, JASON ALEXANDER, ALBERT BROOKS, STEPHEN WRIGHT, RICHARD KIND, JIM PARSONS, LARRY DAVID, PETER MacNICOL, TOBEY MAGUIRE, MASI OKA,

    WITH SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCES BY JOAN COLLINS, PHYLLIS DILLER & JOCELYN the ‘CAT LADY’ WILDENSTEIN

  • LARRY ABRAMSKY says:

    RAIDERS OF THE LOST FART
    ‘THE’ FLATULENT MUSICAL COMEDY REVIVAL HIT OF THE SEASON

    PRODUCED BY: FRAN & BARRY WEISSLER

    ‘VISUALLY RE-IMAGINED’ BY: DAVID LEVEAUX

  • The Funny Pit.

    It’s “The Money Pit” but with two people who buy a bank. The bank goes under, and they begin living in it. While they initially see the building as a loss, they later realize that it is a goldmine without the money, after discovering its historical significance.

  • Alan B. says:

    Sam and Esther’s List- Who should we invite to the Bar Mitzvah, especially since Esther can’t stand Sam’s family! Oh Vey,such a problem.

  • Lilly Hugo says:

    GNAWS: The Toothless Shark

  • Lilly Hugo says:

    Smee.T.: The Pirate Side-kick from Outer Space

  • Lilly Hugo says:

    Saving Ryan’s Privates

  • Daniel says:

    Gauze the Musical.

  • Eva Heinemann says:

    1).Paws- take all those cute kitty youtubes and have them bite and lick people to death
    2). Aracomicphobia- fear of another Spiderman being turned into a movie or Broadway show.
    3). Vanilla Pie-served with Ice T.

  • Solange De Santis says:

    Paws – the story of Steven’s dog.

  • Tony p says:

    The Color Green – a team of producers search for a movie based on a book to turn into a musical.

  • Roofer’s Lust

    Schindler in German is a maker and layer of roof tiles or shingles.

  • Cara says:

    Men in Back (Men in Black) – A musical about Broadway chorus boys and the lives they give up to live their dreams as they serve in the anonymity that is the ensemble, knowing that there is something else out there for them.

  • Darci says:

    The Sound of Traffic”

  • Katie O'B says:

    Instead of “Gremlins”…how about “Furbies”!
    Hey, they’re pretty much the same thing; they’re both little evil dolls.
    I would have done one on Jurassic Park cuz that’s my favorite Spielberg film but it’s already done, haha!

  • Cara says:

    Shriek (Shrek) : To Belt or not to Belt – an amature Broadway actress gets cast in her first role (a show within a show a la Chrous Line) and struggles with choosing between her head voice and chest voice

  • Aaron Deitsch says:

    Clawz (Jaws)
    Shaving Ryan’s Privates (Saving Private Ryan)
    Catch Me, But You Can’t

  • Brian Rangell says:

    Close Encounters of the Blurred Kind – while drunk, people around the world get psychic messages sending them to Devil’s Peak for the biggest interplanetary party in history.

  • Andrew says:

    Schindler’s Cist

  • Ed from CT says:

    E.T.- The Extra Testicle
    Raw Horse- The Story of a Horse and His Boy in WWI

  • Jeryl M. says:

    Crook – The Bernie Madoff Story

  • burt e says:

    close encounters of the worst kind:

    the inlaws come to visit

  • Mark says:

    Mermanator 2: Judgement Night

    Though it might be more of a limited engagement at the Carlyle type thing.

  • Diana Bartak Lipkus says:

    “In Diana & Joan’s Raiders of the Lost Spark”
    A Musical Expose` of the flamboyant lifestyles funded by the huge divorce settlements awarded to georgeous women of spurned wealthy men. Characters Diana & Joan enjoy the pleasures of their unlimited credit card windfalls.Only the mogul crys when the flame dies.

  • John Dallal says:

    The Blues Sisters (now it’s their turn)

  • Jacky C says:

    AI: Annoying Ignorance

  • Elizabeth T says:

    Jonesin’ for Indiana: A tribute to the Hoosier state.

  • Richard Reynolds says:

    “Vampire of the Sun (the Renegade)”

  • Kim Hauschild says:

    How about Reel Steal – a drama about spoofing

  • queerbec says:

    Did I read your modifiers correctly? All of our suggestions have to be Spielberg oriented, correct? or only our movie suggestions, and we’re welcome to parody any TV show, cartoon, etc? I assumed Spielberg was the rule, so I thought since “Once” was a big hit, we could try “Always: The Musical” with a grand diva like Ms. Ebersole or Ms. Buckley in the Audrey Hepburn part, BUT Broadway did try an aviator show (“Steel Pier”)so can we improve? We could do “Sugarland Express” say with some young ‘uns, but say didn’t we try that with “Bonnie and Clyde”? I guess we’d have to try “Close Encounters of the Wurst Kind” in which a group of Broadway loving space aliens accidentally crash behind the Delacorte Theater and insist to a flummoxed Oskar Eustis that he put on a revival of “The Producers” which the aliens suggest be called “Close Encounters of the Third Reich” in which Hitler and his disgusting minions are buried alive in the largest mountain of mashed potatoes ever built.

  • Daniel I. Radakovich says:

    The Gloomies! A gang of kids in an Oregonian wasteland find despair in hunting for an non-existant pirate treasure as they lose members to a backwoods cannibalistic clan of muppets, er, moppets. Heck why not muppet moppets?

  • Ellen Orchid says:

    “Schindler’s Pissed”
    A wealthy German munitions factory-owner gets fed up trying to save the victims of the Holocaust during the bitter winter and runs off to the Caribbean.

    “Laws”
    A lawyer decides to go after a killer shark in an oceanfront region where it’s illegal to hunt them. In the final confrontation, the shark spares the lawyer’s life, recognizing him as one of his own kind.

    “VD-The ExtraTerrestrial”
    A randy creature from outer space uses his finger to infect hapless earthlings with an itchy sexually transmitted disease.

  • Mick says:

    The Lost Cord: Nodules Park

    Lysistrata Jones and the Last of Beane

  • Paula says:

    Instead of War Horse, we would produce
    The Divine Equine.

  • Frank Kelly says:

    E.G., For Example, The Extra-Terrestrial.

  • ECP says:

    “SLASH–the get-even musical.” Legendary producer-writer-director in a critical and B.O. slump seeks vengeance on his detractors.

  • Virginia says:

    E.T. the Extra-Twotickets

    Indiana Jones and the Tickets of Two

    Raiders of the Loose Tix

    Close Counting of Free Kind

    Watch Me If You Can(…get those two free tickets LOL)

  • EllenFD says:

    E Smee. In yet another prequel, it is revealed that Peter Pan, Captain Hook et. al. are actually extraterrestrial aliens. (Come on, did you really think pixie dust made Peter fly?)

  • Ryan McCurdy says:

    The E.T. of the Opera

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