Based on the beloved, timeless film, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas comes just in time for the holiday season. After World War II, two veterans, Bob Wallace and Phil Davis, begin a successful song and dance act, following two singing sisters to their Christmas gig at a Vermont resort lodge. With classic standards such as the titular hit, “Sisters,” “Snow,” “Blue Skies,” and “I Love a Piano,” White Christmas is a stirring and delightful musical that stands the test of time.
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Written for the Screen by Norman Krasna, Norman Panama, and Melvin Frank
Based Upon the Paramount Pictures Film
Directed by James A. Rocco and David Armstrong
Choreographed by James A. Rocco
Tickets ($49+, depending on day) here.
— ASL interpreted performance on 12/3 (matinee) (also open captioned)
— Open captioned performances on 12/3 (matinee) (also ASL interpreted); 12/8 (evening); and 12/21 (matinee) (also sensory friendly)
— Audio described performance on 12/16 (matinee)
— Sensory friendly performance on 12/21 (matinee) (also open captioned)