.....if you’re in the mood for a fun show with a top-rate cast
(which receives standing ovations every night), take a trip over
to the Trailer Park and have yourself a good ole’ time.
Read entire review: Lies. Deceit. Strippers. Agoraphobia. Flan. And that’s just in the first half of the hilarious Great American Trailer Park Musical now playing at Dodger Stages. The story takes place in Armadillo Acres, a trailer park, where a toll collector named Norbert (Shuler “Tony© winner” Hensley) whose rocky relationship with his agoraphobic wife Jeannie (Kaitlyn “Bat Boy” Hopkins) leads him into an adulterous affair with sultry stripper-on-the-run Pippi (pop diva Orfeh). The best elements of the show, however, are the three muses—Betty (Linda “Hairspray” Hart), Lin (comic genius Marya Grady), & Pickles (Leslie Kritzer, who is certainly the next big thing)—who tell the story with unrivaled comedic flare and whose musical numbers are a-hoot (think fierce)!
If for no other reason run to Dodger Stages to see the ultra uproarious number “Storm’s A-Brewin’,” a first-rate parody of disco hit “It’s Raining Men” that brings down the house. This has to rank as one of the most brilliant numbers I have ever witnessed. Ever. It alone is worth the price of admission. Believe me people! So if you’re in the mood for a fun show with a top-rate cast (which receives standing ovations every night), take a trip over to the Trailer Park and have yourself a good ole’ time.
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