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Let It Snow! THRONES! THE MUSICAL PARODY Extends Again at Hudson Mainstage Theatre


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Six Actors! 51 Roles! Six Seasons! Royal Mile Entertainment has announced that the smash-hit, critically-acclaimed (Stage Raw Top Ten), Los Angeles Premiere of THRONES! THE MUSICAL PARODY, written by Chris Grace, Zach Reino, Al Samuels, Nick Semar and Dan Wessels, choreography by Kimberly McVicar and directed by John Flynn is extending again through Sunday, January 22 at the Hudson Mainstage Theatre, 6539 Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood.

As Leslie, Jen, Ross, Brad, Tom and Nicole gather for the season finale of "Game of Thrones," they soon find out the ultimate travesty: that Leslie does not watch the show. Over the course of 90 minutes, the group bands together to act out all six seasons (read: spoilers) for Brad, including dashing men battling White Walkers, ravishing women riding fire-breathing dragons, the infamous Walk of Shame, and so much more!

THRONES! THE MUSICAL PARODY (from the creative team behind 50 Shades! The Musical Parody, which recently played the Kirk Douglas Theatre and members of the critically acclaimed and world-renowned "Baby Wants Candy"). THRONES! THE MUSICAL PARODY debuted to completely sold-out performances at the 2015 & 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and was hailed as "darkly humorous and beautifully vulgar" (Edinburgh Festival Magazine) and "a resounding success!" (Sunday Times), followed by a sold-out, limited run at London's Leicester Square Theatre. It is currently playing to sold-out crowds in Chicago at the Apollo Theatre where the production "had the audience falling off their chairs" (Chicago Reader) and was hailed as "unfailingly witty and deliciously irreverent" (Performink).


John Flynn (Director) is currently directing The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Home Alone at Rockwell, where he recently co-adapted their musical parody of Hocus Pocus, and played Big Papa Lebowski in The Unauthorized Musical Parody of The Big Lebowski and Miranda Priestly in their musical parody of The Devil Wears Prada. co-created Showgirls: The Best Movie Ever Made! Ever! John directs, performs, and teaches at the UCB Theater in Los Angeles and has directed one person shows of Jenny Slate, Jon Gabrus, Joe Mande and many others.

Kimberly McVicar (Choreography) has toured as a dancer throughout North America since the age of 10. She won numerous National and World Dance Choreography awards and has performed on the MTV Video Music Awards with P. Diddy, M.C. Hammer, and Kid Sister. Kim has danced with Tony Award winners Tommie Walsh and Dan Knechtes, as well as Savion Glover, Michael Minery, Trisha Minery, Barry Youngblood, LaurieAnn Gibson and many more. Other dance credits include: Toronto Raptors, Culture Shock, T.O. Dance Force, Sundolls, and the Harlem Arts Program. Kim has choreographed for pop videos, commercials and many live concerts. Throughout her career Kimberly has been sponsored by TIMEX, REEBOK, NIKE and POLO SPORT and has been featured in "Photo" Magazine as NYC's "Best Dance Leaper."

Albert Samuels (Writer/Composer) performed with Second City's National Touring Company, co-wrote and performed in two critically acclaimed reviews on Second City's Mainstage in Chicago and is one of the founders of musical improv supergroup Baby Wants Candy. He directed "50 Shades! The Musical Parody" off-Broadway, in Las Vegas and in the Philippines. He co-created and starred for two seasons in the NBC Comedy "Sports Action Team" and "The Venue", which won best pilot in the Comedy Central Pilot Competition. He can be seen performing with Baby Wants Candy at The Upright Citizens Brigade (LA).

Chris Grace (Writer/Composer) performs with Baby Wants Candy regularly, the highlight of which was originating the role of ChristIan Grey in "50 Shades! The Musical Parody" around the world and off-Broadway. He co-wrote the independent pilot "Actualized" which won Best Writing at the NY Television and Video Festival, and has written for McSweeney's Internet Tendency. TV: This Is Us, Broad City, Adam Ruins Everything. Film: That Awkward Moment. @ChrisGrace

ZACH REINO (Writer/Composer) is an actor/writer from Santa Barbara, California, and joined the long running improvised musical company Baby Wants Candy in 2014. He received a Bachelor's Degree in Drama from UC Irvine before moving to Los Angeles where he been a house performer with The Upright Citizens Brigade (LA) since 2010. Zach is one half of the musical sketch duo The Zach and The Jess. Acting Credits include: Party Over Here, Conan, James Corden, Comedy Bang Bang, Serious Music, Fatal Decision, Hotwives of Los Vegas, Nickelodeon, and Funny or Die. Writing Credits include: ABC, Nickelodeon, Funny or Die, Maker Studios, and Buzzfeed.

Dan Wessels (Writer/Composer) is a Los Angeles-based composer, songwriter and music director. Theater: 50 Shades: The Musical (Co-composer - Off-Broadway, US Tour, Las Vegas); Baby Wants Candy (music director - UCB LA, Edinburgh Fringe); Undateable & In Trump We Trust: The Musical (composer - Second City Hollywood). Film: Improvising (NYTVF award recipient).

Nick Semar (Writer/Composer) is originally from the St. Louis area and graduated from Missouri State University with a BFA in Theater Performance. He is a resident of Chicago where he has trained and performed at the iO Theater, and performed with ComedySportz Chicago and the full band improvised musical Baby Wants Candy. He was also a part of both the Edinburgh Fringe & North American touring cast of 50 Shades! The Musical.

The Cast of THRONES! THE MUSICAL PARODY will feature: Leslie Collins, Jessica Joy, Chris Grace, Meghan Parks, Jordan Stidham and Albert Samuels.

THRONES! THE MUSICAL PARODY is extending again through Sunday, January 22 at the Hudson Mainstage Theatre, 6539 Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood. Performances are Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm & Sundays at 3:00pm. (There will be no performances December 24, 25 and December 31).

Ticket prices are $40.00 for Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays. Sundays are $35.00. Tickets and more information about the show are available at or by calling (323) 960-5770.

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