These included Clem Kadiddlehopper, the Mean Widdle Kid and Freddy the Freeloader, to name but a few.
The Sudbury Rainbow Crime Stoppers is bringing Sudburians back to a simpler time with its Red Skelton tribute concert April 3.
The show, entitled “Goodnight and May God Bless,” will provide a wonderful evening filled with family-friendly entertainment, according to a press release.
In the artistic and magical hands of Tom Mullica, this one-man theatre show is a living, breathing tribute to Red Skelton and his clownish antics.
The gentle sweetness and improvisational genius of Red Skelton is faithfully captured, blending the Red-That-Was while simultaneously inventing a Red-That-Would-Have-Been.
Mullica delivers an “engaging, spot-on performance,” the press release said.
Tickets, which cost $39.50 plus tax in advance and $45 plus tax at the door, can be purchased at the Sudbury Theatre Centre box office by phoning 705-674-8381 or online at www.sudburytheatre.ca.