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Travalena's Show Palace performance canceled

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Travalena performance canceled due to illness

The Show Palace Dinner Theatre has canceled next week's show by singer-impressionist Fred Travalena.

Travalena was admitted to a Tarzana, Calif., hospital on Friday, where he is still under observation, according to a news release from Ruth Eckerd Hall.

Although doctors do not consider Travalena's illness to be life-threatening, they have advised him not to travel or to give his 90-minute show on Monday, the release said.

Patrons may return their tickets to the Show Palace or other place of purchase for a refund, or they can apply the ticket amount to future shows co-sponsored by Eckerd at the Show Palace: comedian-political pundit David Brenner on March 16 or comedian-musician Joe Piscopo on March 30.

For information, call the Show Palace at (727) 863-7949 or toll-free at 1-888-655-7469.

Travalena's Show Palace performance canceled 01/13/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 9:28pm]
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