SHAME OF THRONES: The Musical

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Mon May 20, 8:00pm
Mon May 27, 8:00pm
Mon Jun 03, 8:00pm
Mon Jun 10, 8:00pm
Mon Jun 17, 8:00pm
Mon Jun 24, 8:00pm
Mon Jul 01, 8:00pm
Mon Jul 08, 8:00pm

SHAME OF THRONES: The Musical Back from Off-Broadway
Updated & Unrated! May 13 – July 8 Monday Nights at 8:00 pm

The Whitefire Theatre Musical Mondays is proud to present SHAME OF THRONES: The Musical, directed by Rachel Stein, produced by Steven Christopher Parker, Steven Brandon, Erin Stegeman, and Ace Marrero. Just in time for Game of Thrones' final season, the musical spoof SHAME OF THRONES: The Musical returns to L.A. for more hilarious re-imagining of the show's backstabbing siblings, clever imps and dragon mamas, all set to an addictive rock score that'll stick in your head (unless the king orders it off, natch). The musical parody will run May 13 – July 8, Monday evenings at 8 pm, at the Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks, California.

Shame of Thrones: The (Rock) Musical debuted February 10th, 2017 in West Hollywood at the then Macha Theatre, where it ran for forty performances to excited audiences and to rave reviews. Then the musical headed south to San Diego where it had a completely Sold Out run, and went on to finish off the year with a successful debut on Off-Broadway in NYC.

Watch your favorite daring and most despised characters sing and dance towards epic plot twists and the coveted Iron Throne. It'd be a shame, shame, shame to miss the show The New York Times said, “It is a tribute a dragon or anyone else could love.” when SHAME OF THRONES: The Musical comes for one more round of musical parody fun at the Whitefire Theatre.

What critics have said about SHAME OF THRONES: The Musical…

"A tribute a dragon or anyone else could love." - The New York Times

"All Men Must Laugh. A happy smile never left my face." - BlogCritics.org

"SOT: The Musical is all that and a bag of Hodor." - Film School Rejects

"Offers a clever mix of first season storylines and snarky pop culture references." –
The Hollywood Reporter

"A Filthy Fun Rock Musical" - The Daily Beast

About Show Times and Tickets: May 13 – July 8. Mondays at 8:00 pm. Appropriate for ages 18+. Warnings language, nudity. $25 - $33. Tickets and Information: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4188534. The Whitefire Theatre is located at 13500 Ventura Boulevard, Sherman Oaks 91423.

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Reviews

"If you yearn for more “Thrones” then take a musical trip down the seven kingdoms lane. Dress up, get rowdy and revel in the final moments of a worldwide phenomena. Something that unites us all, even as it divides us into our houses and our kingdoms and our kings and queens. Have some fun, drink some wine and brace yourselves!!! Loved it!!"

sweet - Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros - NoHo Arts District - ...read full review


"It is rude, crude, and loud. The singing is good for the most part, although one performer hit a note so loud and high that I winced, cringing in my seat—twice, while another was difficult to hear. The dancing, well rehearsed and performed, is a hoot. There was even a brief conga line. When was the last time you saw that on a stage? The show is as presentational as it gets with actors talking directly to the audience, touching them, schmoozing with them, and occasionally surging up the center aisle... Shame of Thrones is energetic and the opening night crowd loved the show.."

sweet - Paul Myrvold - Theatre Notes - ...read full review


"If you yearn for more “Thrones” then take a musical trip down the seven kingdoms lane. Dress up, get rowdy and revel in the final moments of a worldwide phenomena. Something that unites us all, even as it divides us into our houses and our kingdoms and our kings and queens. Have some fun, drink some wine and brace yourselves!!! Loved it!!"

sweet - Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros - NoHo Arts District - ...read full review


"It is rude, crude, and loud. The singing is good for the most part, although one performer hit a note so loud and high that I winced, cringing in my seat—twice, while another was difficult to hear. The dancing, well rehearsed and performed, is a hoot. There was even a brief conga line. When was the last time you saw that on a stage? The show is as presentational as it gets with actors talking directly to the audience, touching them, schmoozing with them, and occasionally surging up the center aisle... Shame of Thrones is energetic and the opening night crowd loved the show.."

sweet - Paul Myrvold - Theatre Notes - ...read full review