Soundtrack to “Ritual Murder, The Musical”
Ritual Murder: The Musical was a puppet show written and performed for the first year of Homegrown Theater’s Halloween-themed Horrific Puppet Affair. It was largely written as a parody of Silence of the Lambs.
Plot: a serial killer kidnaps a young woman and throws her into a pit dug in his basement where he taunts her. She wrestles with whether or not to try to to escape, getting musical input from an angel and a devil. She sells her soul to the devil for the power to escape. But just as she is about to spring into action, the lone police officer that has been hunting the serial killer bursts through the door in a hail of bullets, but finds out the situation is more than he can handle.
Soundtrack to “There’s Hair Down There.”
There’s Hair Down was written and performed for the second year of Homegrown Theater’s Horrific Puppet Affair. It was written following the basic plot of Grease, but including werewolves.
Plot: A date between two teens goes bad when the girl isn’t ready for sex. The boy leaves her in the woods where she is attacked by a gang of singing werewolves. When she awakens from a coma the next month, she decides to seek revenge by taking him on another date, a date on which she plans to eat him alive.