VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: Get In The Holiday Spirit With Tons Of Laughs, Joy, And Music At The Unauthorized Musical Parody Of “Home Alone” At The Rockwell – Recap Here!

Photo Credits: The Rockwell
Photo Credits: The Rockwell

‘Tis the season to be jolly and there is no better place that brings extra holiday cheer, laughs, and a lot of musical fun than at The Rockwell Table & Stage in Los Angeles. There are always so many exciting things to look forward to during the holidays – from spending time with family and friends, having exciting gift exchanges, and watching all of our favorite holiday movies like “Home Alone.” “Home Alone” is one of the most renowned holiday movies and as soon as you see young Macualay Culkin’s surprised face, you know that the holiday season is in full swing. Well, now, “Home Alone” is making its way to The Rockwell as the eighth show in Kate Pazakis’ “The Unauthorized Musical Parody Of” series. Kate Pazakis’ Unauthorized Musical Parody of “Home Alone” is hilarious and absolutely brilliant and is the best way for family and friends to get in the holiday spirit.

The Rockwell is known for being one incredible restaurant filled with delicious food and great service. Another thing it’s known for is providing such spectacular and extraordinary entertainment for all of those who want to dine out and enjoy a wonderful night. The Rockwell has already brought out seven shows from  Kate Pazaki’s “The Unauthorized Musical Parody Of” series including “Hocus Pocus,” which gave everyone a spooktacular show perfect in time for Halloween, as well as other unauthorized musical parody shows including “Scream,” “Cruel Intentions,” “Clueless,” “The Devil Wears Prada,” “The Big Lebowski,” and “Troop Beverly Hills.” In fact, after the show’s run of “Home Alone,” The Rockwell will also be bringing out highly-anticipated unauthorized musical parody shows of “The Hunger Games” and “Mean Girls” – you definitely have to get your tickets for these shows as you certainly won’t want to miss them!

I, Alexisjoyvipaccess had a marvelous time attending the press screening of the unauthorized musical parody of “Home Alone” last night, December 2, 2016 and I can definitely say that it was one of the most remarkable musical parodies I have seen. The cast of the production are all so magnificently talented and they put so much passion into making the show an unforgettable one for all attendees. I loved how light-hearted the show was and how it was filled with a whimsical sense of humor that everyone can enjoy. The thing that sets Kate Pazakis’ “The Unauthorized Musical Parody Of” shows from others is that the shows are very interactive and make you feel like you’re not just watching the show, but that you’re actually there experiencing all that the characters are going through – even if that means being “Home Alone” and having your whole family in Paris. Oooh la la? More like – Oooh no no!

Last night’s press screening starred Caitlin Gallogly, who played the iconic role of Kevin McCallister, as well as Joey Bybee, Marla Mindelle, Alex Mohajer, Misha Reeves, Spencer Strong Smith, Peter Allen Vogt, and Zach Zagoria. Each of the actors and actresses brought the show to life in such a fantastic way and I was laughing from start to finish with all of the witty jokes. I also really enjoyed how the show included a variety of songs – from quintessential holiday songs including Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas” to Adele’s chart-topping song, “Hello” and the cast put their own hysterical, “Home Alone” twist to the lyrics.

If I could end off this article by saying one thing, it would be that you have to go out and see Kate Pazakis’ Unauthorized Musical Parody of “Home Alone” and get your tickets at The show, which is co-written by Kate Pazakis and Ray Wetmore, directed by John Flynn and musical direction by Greg Nabours, is truly a masterpiece and is the perfect holiday gift to give to friends and family members to have a blast watching.

Check out some VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE pictures below from my excellent time at The Rockwell’s press screening of the unauthorized musical parody of “Home Alone” and be sure to get your tickets now to experience the fun and holiday joy for yourself! The show will run through January 1st.

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