Thursday, December 17, 2009

Only 2 Weeks to see White Christmas on Broadway

When White Christmas played its premier run on Broadway in November and December 2009, the show sold out just about every performance. This year it looks like a different story unfortunately. The current recession has affected most of the Broadway Shows.

But fortunately for people that really like coming to see Broadway Shows, I am pleased to report that the producers of White Christmas are offering reduced price tickets for the remaining 17 days that the show will play at the Marriott Marquis Theater in New York City through January 3, 2010.

White Christmas is based on the 1954 classic film starring Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye. I loved the film which told a cute, heart warming story of 2 former G.I.'s named Bob Wallace and Phil Davis, who after the army had a very popular nightclub act. When they heard they're former general was in financial trouble in retired life, they set out to help him out by staging a variety show in the "old man's Vermont lodge. The lodge hasn't been doing much business lately and the current heat wave is turning away ski vacationers. Phil also wanted to chase after a couple of young ladies who were supposed to play a gig up at the lodge.

White Christmas offers a nostalgic look at love, life, emotions under the umbrella of Christmastime. I saw White Christmas last month and although I thought last years performers were stronger in their respective roles, this years editions worked hard and aims to please. The second act is so powerful, you'll want to see it again.

Right now discount tickets for every performance except Saturday evenings (when the show sells out), can be purchased with one simple call to Broadway's local experts at Applause Ticket Service. No pressure to buy, we like talking about Broadway Theater. It keeps us on our game.

Cheers theater friends,
Rich Gladstone
Applause Ticket Service
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NY,NY 10036
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