Christmas cheer continues with musical play
December 26, 2013 by Max
The big day itself may be over, but Irving Berlin’s ‘White Christmas’ is still offering an opportunity for the entire family to celebrate the holiday season and enjoy some musical entertainment. It was no doubt promoted using flyer printing and other printing services to attract the attention of residents of the nearby communities, including areas like Tigard, which is only down the road from the venue.
In this story, two buddies in the showbiz industry plan and put on a show at a scenic Vermont Inn. While rehearsing for it, they find their true loves as part of the bargain. Part of the way through the planning, complications develop and one of their loved ones leaves the show, but this is soon corrected and the love ensues.
The show features a number of much-loved songs, including Sisters, Count your Blessings instead of Sheep, White Christmas, and How Deep is the Ocean. It is being performed by the Lakewood Theatre Company and is a repeat of the holiday hit from last year.
Tickets for this cost $36 per adult and $34 for seniors, with discounted ticket prices for students and groups available. The show will be on stage up until December 29 at 7:30 pm, with a Saturday matinees also viewable at 2:00 pm, at the Lakewood Center for the Arts located at 368 South State Street in Lake Oswego, Oregon. To learn more, or purchase tickets, please visit the Lakewood Center for the Arts website or call their box office.