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December 29: A Frank’s Christmas: Randolph the Baddest Outlaw

This year, the troupe will go back to the 1880s and Wild Western Wisconsin. Randolph Weindeer is an outlaw, in the sense that he wants to be the baddest outlaw this side of the Fox River. The Wild West boom-town of Waupaca is full of outlaws and tend to make fun of good ole Randolph Weindeer because the baddest thing this outlaw ever done did was miss church once in a while. Good ole Randolph has had enough of the teasing, so he and his sidekick, Slushy Morals, come up with a caper even the Grinch would be proud of! Sheriff Wunhorst Whopenslae is on the case. Will Randolph the baddest outlaw ruin Christmas? The show is a little Rudolph and Grinch rolled into a clean “Blazing Saddles.”

This is a family-friendly show, so bring the kiddos; they will love the pageantry and the larger-than-life characters in this good-guy/bad-guy Christmas-themed caper.

Cast: Frank Hermans, Narrator/Bartender; Heath Hermans, Slushy Morals; Amy Riemer, Noel the First; Kasey Corrado, Jumpin’ for Joy; Lisa Borley, Missy Toe; Pat Hibbard, The Miner; Tom Verbrick, Sheriff Wunhorst Whopenslae; Michael O’Malley, Randolph Weindeer. Band: Dennis Panneck, guitars; Adam Cain, drums; Tony Pilz, keyboards; Pat Hibbard, bass.

Song list: “City of Silver Dreams,” “The Man with the Bag,” “Up on the Housetop,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” “Let It Be Christmas,” “Randolph the Baddest Outlaw,” “Here Comes Santa Claus,” “Christmas Cookies,” “Please Come Home for Christmas,” “Go Tell It on the Mountain,” “Joy to the World,” “Noel,” “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” “Marshmallow World,” “Meet Me Under the Mistletoe,” “Run Run Rudolph,” “Nuttin’ for Christmas,” “Blue Christmas,” “Must Be Santa”

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$30: All seats

Please note: Wisconsin Sales Tax and $2/ticket Capitol Preservation Fee will be added to your purchase.

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