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Red Skelton tribute show remembers simpler times

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Mar 10, 2014 - 2:08 PM |
Tom Mullica will present his Red Skelton tribute show in benefit   of the Sudbury Rainbow Crime Stoppers April 3. Supplied photo.

Tom Mullica will present his Red Skelton tribute show in benefit of the Sudbury Rainbow Crime Stoppers April 3. Supplied photo.

For so many years, “America’s Favourite Clown” Red Skelton, took audiences on a hilarious journey, sharing in the joy of Red’s famous characters.

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.

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