“A Krampus Tale” is Here Just In Time for the Holidays

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If you’re already worn-out by the 2021 holiday season (like we are,) then here’s an experience that might be right up your alley. Check out the press release for The Krampus Tale below. It’s an experience that’s just opened and runs through the top of 2022. We’ll be there next weekend to try it out ourselves!

Hoof-Prints On History: A Krampus Tale

This season, an old friend comes to visit in a whole new way. Krampus is in town!
For the first time, you humans – naughty and nice – have a chance to win over the
TRUE authority on holiday justice. For the wise, debonair Krampus has a secret plan to show you he is not so bad – and has, in fact, been judged unjustly. He will orchestrate a GRAND UNSMEARING campaign, bringing takeaway treats and entertainment, including lashings and chain knotting demonstrations original song craft and puppetry arts.

You’ll be enthralled for over four hours nearly thirty minutes by the campaign that critics are calling “Twas the Night Before Christmas x 100” and “The gravitas, humor, and poetics of Shakespeare’s entire oeuvre all at once!” It’s sure to add a new tale to your family’s holiday tradition, warming your soul with the inspiration of the season as it’s truly meant to be!

With development assistance from a real human child, this is Krampus’s “best” attempt to tell his story, clearing his name once and for all. Have a Ho-Ho-Horrible holiday with us!

Dates: Generally, Thursdays-Sundays in December (Full list of dates: December 4-5,
December 9-12, December 16-19, December 23, 26, 30, January 1-2)

Times: Thursday-Friday 6pm – 10pm (every 30 minutes), Saturday- Sunday 2 pm – 10pm (every 30 minutes)

Location: 3015 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles 90039
Parking: Street

Price: $60 per time slot for up to 6 guests at a time (Just $10 per person!)
Ticket link: https://notkrampus.ticketspice.com/hoof-prints-on-history

Notes: Kid Friendly, Outdoor venue (rain or shine), Guests required to wear masks, Wheelchair accessible.

Who: Hoof-Prints on History is conceived by Stephanie Hyden, written and directed by David Ruzicka, and features Darren Herczeg and Stephanie Hyden. Eric Vosmeier and The Bezark Company serve as producers. Production design by Stephanie Hyden. Lighting Design by Ian Momii.


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