If you're unfamiliar with Irving Berlin's White Christmas, you'll still love Lyric Music Theater's production of the play. In their description, "A Christmas card comes to life with this story of a song-and-dance-team putting on a show in a magical Vermont inn and falling for a stunning sister act in the process. White Christmas is full of dancing, laughter, and some of the greatest songs ever written!"

Amen to that. My grandma and I used to sing "Sisters" together while baking cookies. For a sample, check out that number:

There's an ASL Interpreted Show on 12/1/18 and Sensory Friendly Performance on 12/15/18. You can buy tickets anytime on their website.

Audience member Jane Croston commented on Lyric Music Theater's facebook post about the play with a stellar review of the show:

This was one fabulous show! Lucky to be at opening night, and so impressed. What fun. For me, Jane Abernathy as " Martha"; Cory King as "General"; Jeff Campbell as "Ezekiel" and Adam Normand as the unforgettable "stage manager" - gave memorable, and flawless performance!! What a wonder of a play. I'm so grateful to have such an extraordinary community theater.