Barbara Perk from Aurora ohio
EXTRAORDINARY WHITE CHRISTMAS
My husband took me to see this spectacular show. I didn’t want it to end. The music; the dancing; the actors ; the singing . All were amazing. I would recommend this show to ALL my friends. Thank you for giving me a “ MAGICAL evening. Sincerely
M. Hunt from Denver, Colorado
This was a wonderful adaptation of the movie. The shows dancers and singers were wonderful. We would so see it again!!
Karlie from Arlington, Virginia
WONDERFUL HOLIDAY EVENT
I saw the show in NJ with some original cast members from the Broadway cast. The tapping in this show is amazing. The fact that they can sing while tapping and not miss a beat (literally) is jaw dropping. It is a great way to begin the Holiday season and if you are fortunate enough to have Meredith Patterson as Judy, then you are in for a real treat! I am definitely going to get tickets to the show in Baltimore and take my family and friends.
Anonymous from Anytown, AT 55555
ENJOY CHRISTMAS TIME
White Christmas was wonderful. Taking the show to the Hobby Center was a perfect choice of venue. A strong connection to the original White Christmas complete with snow. Singing and dancing to enjoy. Merry Christmas
Graham from Costa Mesa
GREAT FAMILY SHOW
We've seen tons of musicals and this was a wonderful show. I loved the seasonal aspect and the tap sequences were amazing.
Greg from Australia on holiday in LA
PANTAGES / WHITE CHRISTMAS
I saw the White Christmas show with my 11 y.o. son. We both really liked it - fantastic. Pantages theatre is a great work of art in its own right. We had front row seats on the balcony, which were fantastic. Didn't much like being constantly hustled for money on Hollywood Blvd though.
Anonymous from Dallas, Texas
White Christmas is a true classic and I realized that some things would change in a stage production, but I was disappointed in the ending. Much more effort was put into the first act and the second act was somewhat of a let down. The story was told, but not always in the right order. Some characters were added and I didn't feel they were necessary to the story line. There were some significant changes in how the story was told that took away from the overall premise. The addition of the tap dance numbers were great and they were appropriate. The saga of Phil and Judy and the fake engagement was eliminated. The granddaughter was a nine year old child and not a teenager. The biggest disappointment to me was the scene with the general near the end. Very little was made of the efforts of the all the men to come to Vermont at Christmas to honor their former general. This is the most poignant scene in the movie and it was not given any precedence in the production at all.
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