This Thanksgiving, Dine in with Popcorn Falls

Anthony Nannini, in partnership with Palm Canyon Theatre, present a One-Day Only Streaming Production

Just like you, we’re anxiously awaiting live theatre. And, until that happens, two talented actors have come together to present more than 15 characters in a zany musical about two guys who believe theatre can save their town. That sounds about right, doesn’t it?

Before, after or during your Thanksgiving Day celebration, tune-in to a One-Day Only Streaming Production of Popcorn Falls, starring Anthony Nannini and Nicholas Sloan. The sleepy town of Popcorn Falls is forced into bankruptcy when a neighboring town threatens to turn it into a sewage treatment plant. The hope of saving the town lies in the dreams of opening a live theatre there. Writer James Hindman spins a world of farce, love and desperation, with musical compositions by Jeffrey Lodin, which proves that art can save the world!

Nannini has been on the Palm Canyon Theatre stage in many memorable roles including as Felicia in Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Nicky in Avenue Q, Will Parker in Oklahoma!, Rudolph in Hello Dolly! and countless others. He shares the stage with longtime confidant and PCT regular Nicholas Sloan, who has performed throughout Southern California for more than a decade. Beyond Sloan’s first performance in a wild west stunt show in 1999, he’s been seen as Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar at Performance Riverside, Enjolras in Les Misérables at The Palm Canyon Theatre, Sky in Mamma Mia at The Moonlight Amphitheatre, Riff in West Side Story at Riverside Repertory, and many others.


Nannini is well-known for his outrageous physical comedy, and with Sloan delivering deadpan quips, people are in for quite a treat – in fact, call this Thanksgiving Day Dessert! Running just over an hour without intermission, audiences will be glued to their monitors as this dynamic duo make full use of the Palm Canyon Theatre stage, where the production was shot. The two actors go nonstop, jumping in and out of a variety of characters all while trying to take down the bad guys, fall in love, write a play, catch a hungry squirrel and save Popcorn Falls!

Tickets for this One-Day Only Streaming Production are only $15 and are available on, which is also the platform to view the taped production! The show will be available to view all day. So after the modified parade, some football, and a full tummy, why not have a good laugh?!

Popcorn Falls is available for a 1-day Only Streaming Purchase of $15 for the 24-hour period of Thursday, November 26, 2020. Purchase at:

Presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.

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