Contains some strobe lighting and theatrical haze & fog.
"LITTLE DRUMMER BOWIE is a thoroughly entertaining evening, filled with comedy, joy, and packed full of Bowie music" – NoHo Arts District
About the Show
A Troubadour Theater Company Production
Directed by Matt Walker & Joseph Leo Bwarie
Opening Night is December 9 at 8pm.
This holiday season, journey to a far away land where a new king is on the rise and a drummer with a dilemma is asking, "Is There Life On Mars?"
The award-winning Troubadour Theater Company boldly reimagines the classic story of the drummer boy like never before, playfully spoofing the mystique and melodies of glam rock icon, David Bowie.
This laugh-out-loud musical parody finds our "Heroes" in a heartwarming tale of family, forgiveness and "Changes," resulting in the ultimate discovery for all seasons: "Modern Love" lives inside.
Ticketholders attending Thursday night performances on December 15, and January 5 & 12 are welcome to participate in an informal Q&A discussion with members of the show
Spark of Love Toy Drive
Through December 23, 2016, audience members are invited and encouraged to bring an unwrapped toy to the Falcon lobby for the Spark of Love Toy Drive by the Southern California Firefighters.
Cast & Creative Team
Joseph Leo Bwarie
Cloie Wyatt Taylor
Conductor/Drums: Eric Heinly
Keyboards: Kevin McCourt
Bass: BJ Johnson
Guitar: Mike Abraham
Reeds: Kirsten Edkins & Ashley Jarmack
Director: Matt Walker & Joseph Leo Bwarie
Music Director & Arrangements: Eric Heinly
Choreographer: Jordana Toback
Scenic Designer: Christopher Scott Murillo
Costume Designer: Sharon McGunigle
Lighting Designer: JM Montecalvo
Sound Designer: Daniel Tator
Wig Designer: Bobbie Zlotnik
Makeup Designer: John Stapleton
Props Designer: Lily Bartenstein
Casting Director: Sandi Logan
Associate Lighting Designer: Skylar Johnson
Associate Choreographer: Anna Aimee White
Production Stage Manager: Corey Womack
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