Canada’s trouble-making trio of trailer park-dwelling jail birds is making its way south to the Charleston Music Hall this fall.
Ricky, Julian and Bubbles — the fictional best friends from the mock reality show “Trailer Park Boys” set in Nova Scotia, Canada — are bringing their “Still Drunk, High and Unemployed” comedy tour to the venue on Oct. 26 on a nine-date run across the southeast. The live show is written as a follow-up to their “Community Service Variety Show” tour, which was billed as a court-ordered string of performances to spread the word about saying no to drugs and alcohol after running into some trouble with the law. As usual, it devolved into a comedy of errors.
In the latest touring act, according to the announcement: “Bubbles tries to create a new career for himself in the movie industry, Julian puts his latest money-making scams into action and Ricky has an idea that can ‘change the world!’”
With actors Robb Wells as Ricky, John Paul Tremblay as Julian and Mike Smith as Bubbles, the streaming show has become a cult favorite over the past 14 years for its witty, satirical look at life inside a trailer park. Season 10 recently debuted on Netflix and Season 11 is currently in production, according to the announcement.
Tickets to the live performance are $29.50-$54.50 and will be on sale 10 a.m. Friday at etix.com, the Charleston Music Hall box office at 37 John Street, and by phone at 800-514-3849.
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