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(2002)

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  • PETUNIA reinvents the traditional musical in the comic satire about an old man who thinks his dead wife has come back to haunt him as a houseplant.

  • The music and lyrics, also written by John Levy, include an eclectic assortment of styles, while members of the Atlanta Hawks Dancers choreographed and performed the only traditional dance number in the film. From Atlanta's top studio rock musicians to members of The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, PETUNIA is rap, rock, opera, and pop. Let Garage Musicals and Red Fish Films in association with Lab 601, Inc. take you on a musical journey, satirizing the family dynamic and the relationships we allow to deteriorate along the way.


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