Irving Berlin's White Christmas Tickets

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Based on the 1954 film of the same name, Irving Berlin's White Christmas is a musical that's fit for the whole family. It tells the story of two former veterans who team up with two beautiful sisters to put on a fantastic holiday show at a Vermont inn. Formerly a Broadway show, White Christmas features festive music by Irving Berlin, including "Happy Holiday" and "White Christmas." Get your White Christmas tickets to celebrate the 2014 holiday season!

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White Christmas

Run Time:2 hours and 14 minutes, with 20 minute intermission
Audience:All ages
Advisory:Children are not permitted to sit in their parents' laps.
Resources: Official Website

About White Christmas Tickets

One of the most famous songwriters of all time, Irving Berlin wrote "White Christmas" in 1942. After debuting in a Fred Astaire film called Holiday Inn, the song inspired a 1954 movie. Starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, and Rosemary Clooney, the Hollywood production was a huge hit and grossed $12 million at the box office. If you enjoy shows like A Christmas Carol, It's a Wonderful Life, and How The Grinch Stole Christmas, you will love this classic musical on stage. The lyrics and characters evoke nostalgia for a traditional holiday filled with family, friends, and frosty snow. So step into the theatre, and let the holiday spirit fill your heart.

White Christmas Plot Summary

Set in New England, the White Christmas plot takes place in 1954. Bob Wallace, Phil Davis, and General Henry Waverly were soldiers together during World War II. Years later, the younger men work in show business and the General owns a Vermont inn. But if it doesn't snow and no one comes to the inn, can anyone have a happy holiday? When they team up with two pretty sisters named Betty and Judy Haynes, Phil and Bob realize that "The Best Things Happen While You're Dancing." Both children and adults love this heartwarming show, so get your White Christmas tickets and start dreaming of a white Christmas.