White Christmas Tickets- Show History
Based on the 1954 Paramount Pictures film of the same name, White Christmas is a musical written by David Ives and Paul Blake, with music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. The original production starred talented performers like Brian D'Arcy James, Anastasia Barzee, Meredith Patterson, and Jeffry Denman. The film itself made cinematic history by being the first to be produced and released in VistaVision. The run on Broadway was a popular choice amongst tourist during the holiday season and enjoyed innumerable sold-out performances during it's limited run. In addition, White Christmas was nominated for 2009 Tony Awards including , Best Choreography and Best Orchestrations as well as 2009 Drama Desk Award nominations for Outstanding Director of a Musical, Outstanding Choreography, Outstanding Orchestrations, Outstanding Set Design of a Musical, Outstanding Costume Design, and Outstanding Sound Design.
White Christmas Tickets- Synopsis
In the spirit of the winter holiday tradition of uplifting songs and celebration, White Christmas opens by introducing the audience to two lovable protagonists who are World War II U.S. Army buddies. One is a former Broadway entertainer, Bob Wallace and the other is a would-be entertainer, Phil Davis. Their journey begin sin 1944 somewhere in Europe, and ends up at the Vermont Inn. As the two buddies find their light on stage as well as the loves of their lives, audiences can expect to be merry while enjoying high caliber dancing, laughter and singing. The show also features some famous holiday hits such as the song White Christmas, It's Cold Outside, which was re-popularized in the recent film Elf, as well as various versions of The Best Things Happen When You Are Dancing .
White Christmas Tickets- Tour Information
Audiences can catch the entertaining and spirit-filled hit, White Christmas during the holiday season during limited engagement runs. As the show remains a popular choice amongst regional theaters across the nation after closing it's Broadway run at the Marquis Theater in January 2010, fans seek White Christmas tickets with baited breath.