The ‘Bandits’ are back! The Root Beer Bandits – A Rootin’ Tootin’ Wild West Musicale, reopens the Garry Marshall Theatre with a limited engagement. Only 15 performances, October 2 – 31. The musical comedy for the whole family returns home to the Garry Marshall Theatre starring Kelly Brandeburg, Tiffany Daniels, Josey Montana McCoy, Clayton Snyder, and Cloie Wyatt Taylor. With more songs, more story, and more live music than ever before – this kid-approved, full-blown, musical production is bursting with big laughs for all ages.
The book and lyrics are by Joseph Leo Bwarie (‘Frankie Valli’ in Broadway’s Jersey Boys) and Lori Marshall (co-author, My Happy Days in Hollywood); the music is by Rachael Lawrence (American Girl film series).
The Root Beer Bandits is the story of a woman with dreams of becoming a songwriter in 1860. In an effort to prove that women are capable of anything, she disguises herself to ride for the Pony Express. Her name is Pollyanna Peppercorn, and her adventure is just beginning.
When Polly (Tiffany Daniels) delivers a letter to Sheriff Bailey of Sarsaparilla City, they discover that Copper Penny is scheming to steal the city’s famous gold label root beer supply, with her partner Zeke. Alongside Sally Sue Tucker, a trailblazing entrepreneur, and Sheriff Bailey, Polly sets things right and makes it clear that everyone is capable of greatness, no matter what their circumstances may be.
Tickets on sale now at www.garrymarshalltheatre.org. The Garry Marshall Theatre is located at 4252 West Riverside Drive in Burbank, California. The Root Beer Bandits runs Oct. 2 – 31, Fridays at 6pm, Saturdays at 2pm and Sundays at 11am. Special added performance Sunday Oct. 31 at 2pm. Call box office at (818) 955-8101 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Garry Marshall Theatre is a fully vaccinated workplace. As this venue interfaces with members of Actor’s Equity Association, all staff, actors, crewmembers, musicians, and volunteers are vaccinated.
Garry Marshall Theatre has implemented increased cleaning & sanitation and updated ventilation/filtration systems. The distance between the stage and the audience has been increased. All audience members are required to wear a mask for the entirety of the performance (regardless of vaccination status). Please note that all guidelines are subject to change, based on mandates from governmental authorities at the time of any given event or performance. Ticket holders who do not comply with venue policies will not be admitted, or asked to leave the theatre.