The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to Cuff Me: The Unauthorized Fifty Shades of Grey Musical Parody!

Cuff Me 50 Shades of Grey Musical ParodyI haven’t read Fifty Shades of Grey.  But something tells me that Cuff Me:  The Unauthorized Fifty Shades of Grey Musical would make me laugh.

It just sounds funny.  Frankly, Fifty Shades of Grey, sounds funny . . . so add a cast of singing and dancing girls belting out pop hits from Madonna, Britney, and other one-named-wonders, and toss back a few cocktails, and you’ve got yourself a good-ol’ time.

Cuff Me is this week’s Sunday Giveaway, so come on, all you 50 fans, this is your chance to see your favorite raunchy romance book live and in the flesh.

Want to win?  Here’s how:

Parodies are great.  And names of parodies are even better.

This week’s challenge is to come up with a name for a parody musical.  Pick whatever show you want to parody.  And then name it.

For example:  I Don’t Feel Pretty – The Unauthorized Phantom of the Opera Musical

Comment below the title of your parody musical and I’ll pick one winner who will head on down to Cuff Me for free!

Parodies away!

 

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  • Lydia Shirley says:

    Carrie vs. Matilda- What happens when Carrie the Musical meets Matilda the Musical. Who lives to the end?

  • Brian says:

    Frank, Wild and Horny! A parody of every Frank Wildhorn show you’ve never seen.

  • Lana M. says:

    Beauty & the Beast: Opposites Attract!

  • Jason A says:

    Miserable Lesbians: Forever On My Own

  • John P. says:

    How about The Sound of (House) Music

    A DJ leaves an Austrian nightclub to become a producer to the soon-to-be-famous interns of a record company executive.

  • Cara says:

    Wasted: NessaRose’s Secret Addiction – What happens when your sister “melts” away and all you have is the bottle to comfort you?

  • Bryan Austermann says:

    “Wicked” Pissah: It Sucks to be Green
    Starring Wally the Green Monster of The Boston Red Sox!

  • eva says:

    CATS on a hot tin roof become Piddlers on the roof to just keep it cool boys.

  • Ellen Orchid says:

    1) “‘Wicked’ Wicked” – “Wicked Set In Boston”
    2) “Twice”: the Parody Sequel to “Once”
    3) “Uptown Downton Abbey”: The Crawley Family at The Apollo
    4) “The Book of Norman: The Norman Lear Story”
    5) “Crock of Ages!”: a Parody of “Rock of Ages”
    6) “Crime Every Mountain”: Carrie Underwood’s Parody of “The Sound of Music”
    7) “Once Upon A Buttress: the Musical Parody of the Hunchback of Notre Dame”
    8) “More Miserable: the Parody of Les Mis”

  • gjc says:

    TAKE ME OUT To Fenway, Jimmy Piersall Jimmy Piersall OR “Is that good enuf for ya Pop!!”

  • EllenFD says:

    WELL-BEHAVED AIN’T NOTHIN’ BUT AN ADJECTIVE: Ztozake Shang’s color-blind cast parody of WICKED.

  • ECP says:

    “Please sir, I want s’mores.”
    A slice of “Sweeney Todd” and a dash of “Oliver” make for a harmonious blend of homicidal hijinks in this tale of a failing summer camp, its desperate owner, and his cook. Certain to be an instant dinner theater perennial.

  • Mary McCann says:

    “Floozies” at the turn-of-the 20th Century, the mistresses of the top newspaper magnates band together to claim better benefits for mistresses everywhere!!

  • Fran says:

    – Lunch at Joe Allen’s! The parody/sequel to Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

    – Where’s Dinner! Next sequel to above.

    – Clowning Around! – Parody of A Little Night Music. Answers the question: Who’s afraid of clowns!

    – We found Romeo! Parody of Romeo and Juliet. Where did we find him? Should we leave him there?!!

    – The Shrew – Unleashed! Yes, it’s The Taming of the Shrew.

    – Star Dreck! So many possible parodies: Star Trek, of course, Star Search, Lost in the Stars,…

    The title of a parody should always end in !!!!!!

  • Luke H. says:

    Goodbye Dolly: Chucky the Musical!

    The Less Miserable Ones: Comedic Les Miz parody

    YOLO The Musical: A parody show about the superfans of Once.

  • Alex Bishop says:

    The Dog Who Could: The Unauthorized Story of Sandy from Annie

  • Fred Landau says:

    A TV star goes back to her home town to pick out her male love interest in HELLO DOLLY:

    “A HORACE LINE – the best TV production ever based on the best musicals ever”

  • Anonymous says:

    Kinky Bootsy Collins – The U/O Bio of Bootsy Collins (look him up)
    Hedwig and the Big 10-Inch Record – Areosmith
    SpiderManson – The U/O Bio of Charlie Manson
    (can I stop saying the U/O Bio, etc, please?)
    Altered Boyz – The Making of the Boys from Brazil
    Ca-Chinglish – The Story of Ken Jeong (look him up too)
    Alec and The Starfckr – Genevieve Sabourin
    The Lying King – (pic any politician)
    Poppin – (Pillsbury Dough Boy)
    The Glass Menage-a-trois – Chihuly and his models

  • Keni Fine says:

    TWERKING GIRL! The Unauthorized Miley Cyrus/Hannah Montana (Parody?) Musical
    *Featuring the hit songs: “Wrecked Again” “Speaking In Tongues” “I Wanna Bunny For Krissmas” & “Daddy Don’t Want Me To Be A Star No More”

  • Anonymous says:

    Cheez-its Christ Superstar – The miracle product placement story of the Last Supper – The Musical!
    “Thirteen” and Three Quarters – An evening of song with Ron Jeremy
    25th Annual Godspelling Bee – The Words of the Lord, according to St Matthew

  • Cindy S. says:

    “Snoozies” The Unauthorized Newsies Parody.

  • nancy cohen says:

    The King and I aka Wishful Thinking, the unexpurgated backroom romance of Prince Philip and Ol’ Horseface against the background of Princess Diana’s early demise.
    Guys et Guys, the ultimate playoff between an NFL team and Army where more marriages come out of the scrimmages than points.

  • You’re so awesome! I do not believe I’ve read through a single thing like this before. So wonderful to discover someone with original thoughts on this topic. Seriously.. thank you for starting this up. This web site is something that is required on the web, someone with some originality!

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