Singing and dancing dinosaurs at Comic Con…whats not to love?

I have a few questions for you about theatre.  Do you ever watch one of your favorite movies, but sometimes wish there was a musical version of it that you could see live?  Do you ever wonder if you could get all that musical theatre goodness in a shorter, funnier, format that skips the boring parts?

Do you fully realize and appreciate how awesome dinosaur movies are?  Especially movies that involve them eating lots of people?  Do you ever wish you had a place to sit down after a long day of walking the Comic Con floor?

The 30 Minute Musicals has the perfect place for you!

  I bet velociraptors are great tap dancers....
I bet velociraptors are great tap dancers….

In San Diego for Comic Con 30 Minute Musicals presents JURASSIC PARK! Directed by Brooke Seguin, this is a one night only event at the Horton Grand Theatre. This musical has original songs, dinosaurs that sing and dance, and tries to explore what happens when dinosaurs and man are no longer separated by 65 million years of evolution!

30 Minute Musicals has done six original musical theatre adaptations of cult-classic and blockbuster films  (Showgirls, Jurassic Park, Top Gun, Teen Witch, Home Alone and Ghostbusters), and received a “Best Musical” nomination at the 2012 Hollywood Fringe Festival!

Starring: Tom Lenk, Sandeep Parikh, Tara Perry, Brooke Seguin, Tommy Hobson, Michael Bernardi, Tom Detrinis, Tania Possick, Greg Lynch, Leslie Marrero, Jim Hanna, and Lindsay Wray

Don’t miss it!  July 18th, 6;00pm at the Horton Grand Theatre ,444 4th Ave, San Diego, CA 92101.

Ticket prices are $25 at the door and $20 in advance through: Jurassic Park Tickets: http://30mmsdcc.bpt.me/

You know I’m on it, will I see you there?

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