Penis Musical Goes Down Under

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A ten-minute version of the outrageous musical, Henry & Hyde, has been selected as one of ten short musicals to be performed between March 26, 2008 and April 5, 2008 in Sydney, Australia at the Short & Sweet + Song 2008 Festival

A ten-minute version of "Henry & Hyde," the outrageous musical take-off of the classic "Jeckyll & Hyde" story, has been selected from hundreds of entrants as one of the ten short musicals to be performed between March 26, 2008 and April 5, 2008 at the Short & Sweet + Song 2008 Festival in Sydney, Australia.

Written by American authors, J. M. Eisenman and Thomas Adams, the show features Henry Jeckyll, the milquetoast accounting assistant to a hypocritical evangelical minister and his journey to sexual freedom led by the life-size personification of his penis, the flamboyant and hysterical, Hyde.

The musical, deemed too controversial by several American theatres, seems to have hit the spot Down Under. The ten-minute version will highlight the songs "Love Machine" and "Live" and will potentially be the catalyst of bigger things to come. The Festival will be performed at the Seymour Centre at the University of Sydney. For more information and to obatin tickets, go to http://shortandsweet.org/short-sweet-song or check out http://henryandhyde.com/

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