black friday

a new Horror-Comedy Musical

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About the show

This fall, the creators of The Guy Who Didn’t Like Musicals are serving up a heaping helping of holiday fear! Somewhere in the American Midwest, at the crossroads of nightmare and imagination, there is a tiny town where the veil of reality wears thin and eldritch forces threaten to unravel the fabric of the universe...

Black Friday is a new horror-comedy musical about the shopping day from hell. When the holiday season’s hottest new toy, the Tickle-Me Wiggly, hits the shelves, the city of Hatchetfield goes mad for it, literally. That’s when Tom Houston, Lex Foster, Becky Barnes and a few familiar faces, must fight through a sea of murderous mall-goers to save humanity from an inter dimensional being with a taste for chaos. When Wiggly comes to town, will the world survive Black Friday?

Written by Nick & Matt Lang
Music & Lyrics by Jeff Blim

Featuring: Jaime Lyn BeattyJeff BlimCorey DorrisLauren LopezRobert ManionJon MattesonCurt Mega, Joey Richter, Dylan Saunders, Kim Whalen, & more!


LA Premiere

October 31–December 8, 2019
Thursdays-Saturdays 8PM
Sundays 3PM
No Show November 28
Added Shows November 16 & 29 at 3PM


Hudson Mainstage Theatre
6539 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90038

 

teaser trailer

Tickets

Kickstarter Presale: Friday, August 16–9AM PT
General Onsale: Saturday, August 17–9AM PT

Priority Admission

$75

Includes Poster & Priority Entry*

General Admission

$45

RusH Tickets

$20

A very limited number of tickets will be available the morning of show days through TodayTix.

BUY TICKETS By PHONE: 1-888-71-TICKETS

*Please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to show time for Priority Entry.
–Due to the intimate nature of the theatre, we are unable to
accommodate late seating–

 
 
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faq

  • Is there a limit to how many tickets I can purchase?
    To ensure everyone has a fair crack at tickets to come see the show, there will be a six ticket limit per order.

  • Is the seating for Black Friday general admission or reserved?
    Seating for Black Friday at the Hudson Theatre Mainstage will be general admission.

  • How many seats are there in the Hudson Mainstage Theatre?
    Hudson Mainstage Theatre has a capacity of 99.

  • Is there an age limit to attend the show?
    There will be no hard age restrictions on Black Friday, However, please be advised there will be adult language, adult themes, and violence (if it were a movie, we'd probably give it an R rating).

  • Will I be able to stage door/meet the performers after the show?
    There are no guarantees, but it’s likely!

  • What is parking like at the Hudson Mainstage Theatre?
    During performance times, there is valet parking available on Hudson Avenue. During non-performance times, there is street parking only.

  • Is the Hudson Mainstage Theatre ADA accessible?
    Please contact us here so we can make plans to accommodate!

  • Does the Hudson Mainstage Theatre have assisted listening devices?
    Unfortunately, no. But we are happy to help seat you closer if that would be better! Please contact us here so we can assist!

  • What if I require an accommodation not mentioned?
    Please contact us here!

  • Will there be merch available for purchase at the show?
    Yes!

  • Can I get a refund/exchange on my tickets?
    Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate ticket returns, refunds, or exchanges.

what to do in LA

If you’re visiting LA from out of town for Black Friday, here are some our favorite things you can check out while you’re here!


Food & Drink

85ºC Bakery
Angel City Brewery
Arts District Brewing Company
Bestia
Broken Shaker
Cafe 101
Clifton's Cafeteria
Din Tai Fung
The Edison
Eggslut
El Coyote
Everson Royce Bar
Grand Central Market
Guisado's Tacos
Perch
Langer's Deli
Mercado la Paloma
The NoMad Rooftop
Philippe The Original
Qing Dao Bread Food
Sonoratown
Super Soul Sundays at The Short Stop
Tramp Stamp Granny's 

Attractions

The Bradbury Building
The Broad Museum
Disneyland 
El Capitan Movie Theatre
Cinespia at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery
The Getty
Griffith Park & Observatory
The Hollywood Bowl
Huntington Library 
LACMA
LA Zoo
The Magic Castle
Moonlight Rollerway
Old LA Zoo
Olvera Street
Santa Monica Pier
Two Bit Circus
Universal Studios Hollywood
The Vista Movie Theatre
The Void

Shopping

Americana at Brand
Amoeba Music
The Grove
Halloween Town
The Last Bookstore
Melrose Trading Post
ROW DTLA
Soap Plant/Wacko

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