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Falcon Theatre

presents

Troubadour Theater Company's

Walkin' in a Winter
One-Hit-Wonderland

directed by Matt Walker

Dec 4, 2013 - Jan 19, 2014
Wed. – Sat. at 8pm,
Sun. at 4pm & 7pm
No show Dec. 25 or Jan. 1
No 7pm show on Jan 12 or Jan 19
Added shows Dec 28. at 4pm, Jan. 4 at 4pm

Limited Seating Available.
Call the Box Office at 818.955.8101 for availability.

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Join us for a holiday cabaret "clip show" as one of the Troubadour Theater Company's most beloved characters, Winter Warlock, takes a walk down memory lane while crooning some chart-topping "one-hit-wonders" with his holiday friends. 'Tis the season for fun and reflection, so break out your tape decks and Walkmans and head on down to the Falcon to hear the incredible story of the tallest Troubie this side of town!

Prices*
Previews: $29.50 - $32.00
Wed. & Thurs.: $34.50 - $37.00
Fri./Sat./Sun.: $39.50 - $42.00
Opening Night: $52.00 - $57.00
Students (minors or with valid student ID): $27.00
*Cash Prices; Group rates available for Wednesdays and Thursdays only (non-previews) for 15 or more. Please call the Box Office at 818.955.8101 to set up group ticket orders.


On Sale November 13.

See this show for FREE! Volunteer to usher! Call (818) 955-8101 for details.

 

For more information about Troubadour Theater Company, visit their website.

Download the PRESS RELEASE as a PDF file here.

Opening Night is December 13, 2013 at 8pm.
For press seats and editorial information, contact Chelsea Sutton at 818.955.8004 or email her at chelsea@falcontheatre.com.

For tickets and additional information please call the Falcon Theatre Box Office at (818) 955-8101.
Falcon Theatre is located at 4252 Riverside Drive in Burbank. Directions

Download High-Resolution Production photos here:
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To download all photos, CLICK HERE.

To read reviews, CLICK HERE.

“This unique troupe with its punny titles and knack for repurposing pop songs has the ability to leap multiple genres in a single irreverent bound. Troubie shows occupy a previously unimaginable space between tour de force and travesty… “Walkin’” made a great Christmas present…. Die-hard fans will enjoy deepening their understanding of this enigmatic being (who knew he had a gluten allergy?). Everyone else should definitely catch the next entry in the indescribably addictive Troubie oeuvre.”
--LA Times

Photo 1: Rick Batalla and ‘Winter Warlock’ (Beth Kennedy) in Troubadour Theater Company’s Walkin’ in a Winter One-Hit-Wonderland at the Falcon Theatre. Photo by Chelsea Sutton.

“Matt Walker and his impeccably professional troupe cavort for just under ninety minutes of high-stepping, high-note-hitting good humor… Solipsism should always be this sexy. Very little is as hot as a talented, quick-witted beauty, and this company hasn’t got anything else. These people are funny as hell in a pretty-much-family-safe, edgy-enough-to-be-hip, master-level-proficiency sort of way.”
--StageandCinema.com

Photo 2: The cast of Troubadour Theater Company’s Walkin’ in a Winter One-Hit-Wonderland at the Falcon Theatre. Photo by Chelsea Sutton.;

“The show is self-described as “somewhat like a fruitcake,” which means it contains a little bit of everything… it was costumes with a mind of their own, physical bits where timing was askew, and unique audience participation that stole the show….By the final blackout, Winter Warlock returns to the stage, Tiny Timmy doesn’t leave an empty chair, and the snow stops falling on pianist Kevin McCourt. Best of all, we’ve had a few laughs and all is right with the world.”
--BroadwayWorld.com

Lisa Valenzuela, Matt Walker, Katie Nuñez and Katherine Donahoe in Troubadour Theater Company’s Walkin’ in a Winter One-Hit-Wonderland at the Falcon Theatre. Photo by Chelsea Sutton.

“Longtime Troubie fans probably will be delighted, as usual, by Walkin’ — for their knowledge of some of the previous Troubie shows more or less confirms their membership within the Troubie community, as if they’re at a really entertaining holiday office party or family reunion.”
--Don Shirley, LA Stage Times

Katherine Donahoe, Lisa Valenzuela, Katie Nuñez, Rick Batalla and Suzanne Jolie Narbonne in Troubadour Theater Company’s Walkin’ in a Winter One-Hit-Wonderland at the Falcon Theatre. Photo by Chelsea Sutton.

“WOW! If you can somehow snag a ticket, rest assured. You’ll have a Winter One-Hit-Winter One-Hit-Wonderland Wonderful time.”
--StageSceneLA

Matt Walker and ‘Winter Warlock’ (Beth Kennedy) in Troubadour Theater Company’s Walkin’ in a Winter One-Hit-Wonderland at the Falcon Theatre. Photo by Chelsea Sutton.

“The fans know the drill: song parodies galore; plenty of outré wordplay; ample breaking of the fourth wall to tease, scold, shock, and amuse the assembled masses; and enough impressive acrobatics and choreography to remind us that the Troubies are makers of real musical comedies, not just fraternity follies… the Winter Warlock, has become a December perennial around the Falcon, blissfully incarnated by Beth Kennedy as a benighted head case with the voice of Andy Devine and the self-absorption of Miss Piggy… for those of us who have lived with these performers and their unique brand of carefully crafted chaos for years, the current offering is a jolly reunion with the satisfying sting of well-spiked eggnog.”
--ArtsinLA

“This is the BEST! It’s the Troubies and they jingle bell ROCK!"
--Grigware Reviews

Andy Lopez and ‘Winter Warlock’ (Beth Kennedy) in Troubadour Theater Company’s Walkin’ in a Winter One-Hit-Wonderland at the Falcon Theatre. Photo by Chelsea Sutton.

“A delight… a mishmash of holiday chaos, catchy tunes, improv and a little bit of everything in between for a show that invokes the spirit of Christmas in a delightfully offensive way…The Troubies seem to have a very loyal following, and rightfully so because their talent lit up the stage. This show offers up a naughty performance to balance out the feel-good theatrical offerings of the season. Think of it as the rum in your holiday eggnog, it will make your holidays all the brighter.”
--EDGE

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