Get ready for a fun-filled, fast-paced family comedy extravaganza. A modern take on slapstick comedy, POPOVICH: ROAD TO HOLLYWOOD features amazing circus stunts, intricate set-piece gags, and a colorful cast of wacky characters and cute creatures. Not many actors have the ability to capture the true essence of classic physical comedy like Gregory Popovich, who has headlined his own show at the Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip for over a decade. After being kicked out of his beloved home in a traveling circus, Popovich sets his sights on Hollywood. But he gets stuck in a little desert town on his way to LaLaLand. He’s forced to work a series of dead end jobs there in the hope of making enough money to get out but winds up even deeper in a cycle of comic mischief and misfortune.
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