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White Christmas: The Musical (Vocal Selections) - Full Length Musical

White Christmas: The Musical (Vocal Selections)

Irving Berlin

Full Length Musical

ISBN: 9781423463504

Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin 
Based Upon the Paramount Pictures Film Written For the Screen by Norman Krasna, Norman Panama and Melvin Frank 
Book by David Ivesand Paul Blake
The 1954 film White Christmas is a beloved holiday classic. The stage musical has already delighted audiences nationwides, and will hit the Great White Way this holiday season.

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The 1954 film White Christmas is a beloved holiday classic. The stage musical has already delighted audiences nationwides, and will hit the Great White Way this holiday season. This songbook features piano/vocal arrangements of 17 Irving Berlin gems, plus an essay on the origin of the stage adaptation.

Blue Skies
Happy Holiday
How Deep Is the Ocean
I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
White Christmas
and more

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“WHITE CHRISTMAS is enchanting as a first snow…Audiences drank it up like spiked egg nog.” — San Francisco Examiner

"The Berlin songs are sweet to hear. ˜How Deep Is the Ocean" is sublime. ˜I Love a Piano" is a buoyant number" — Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

“WHITE CHRISTMAS is a shiny package most audiences will be happy to unwrap…packed with brightly staged, well-chosen Irving Berlin numbers.” — Contra Costa Times

"most audiences will be sufficiently high on holiday spirit to sing along" — David Rooney, Variety

"WHITE CHRISTMAS has 'hit' stamped all over it...There just aren't enough superlatives for this irresistible show." — Evening Herald

"With memorable songs such as "White Christmas", "Count Your Blessings", and "Sisters" if you go along to WHITE CHRISTMAS, you'll be sure to have a Happy Holiday." — Dawn Ellis, Plymoth

"It’s been ballyhooed across all media, from billboards to TV. It should be ballyhooed a little more. WHITE CHRISTMAS merits the hype. A big, boffo Broadway musical with a gorgeous score that seemingly flows from music director Steven Freeman’s supple baton, the show left me twinkling like a Christmas tree." — Rohan Preston, Star Tribune

"WHITE CHRISTMAS is a holiday hit on both coasts... but it is great family fun even when Christmas is half a year away. Thank goodness we aren't too dainty to savor treats out of season." — Judith Newmark

"An irresistible story, based on one of the best Christmas movies ever" — Jacques le Sourd, The Journal News

"If you're hankering for a fix from the fifties, WHITE CHRISTMAS is the perfect gift" — Roma Torre, NY1

"You'll go home happy A sure-fire seasonal musical. I don't see how anyone who loves Broadway musicals can fail to be pleased by so polished and ingenious a show. The songs are out of Berlin's top drawer" — Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal

“Step Aside, CHRISTMAS CAROL. Twirl back, NUTCRACKER. There’s a new kid on the seasonal entertainment block, and it’s star is Irving Berlin.” — Oakland Tribune

"The most professional and crowd-pleasing show as far as holiday entertainment goes" — AM New York

"A jolly live extravaganza that only Scrooges can resist" — New York Magazine

"WHITE CHRISTMAS is just about the most perfect present you could have...it is quite simply one of the best musicals I've ever seen." — Western Morning News
In 2008, Irving Berlin's WHITE CHRISTMAS premiered for the first time as a stage musical on Broadway at the Marquise Theatre. It played for a limited run during the holiday season, and returned to the theater for a repeat run in the winter of 2009 for a total of 53 performances.
ENSEMBLE Large singing-dancing ensemble consisting of 'Jimmy's Back Room' Clubgoers, Train Passengers, Inn Guests, Chorus Kids, Patrons of the Regency Room

Bob Wallace - late 20's to mid 30's, a superb singer with a crooning style who moves well.
Phil Davis - late 20's to mid 30's, strong jazz and tap-dancing needed - a song-and-dance comic performer.
Betty Haynes - mid to late 20's, a female singer of quiet beauty and charm who must move well.
Judy Haynes - early 20's, strong jazz and tap-dancing needed - a major song-and-dance performer.
General Henry Waverly - late 50's to mid 60's, with the exception of one line, a non-singing role.
Martha Watson - late 40's to mid 60's, a winning, appealing character-comedienne
Susan Waverly - 9 years old, she must have an excellent belt voice and be able to move well.
Ralph Sheldrake - mid to late 30's
Rita - mid 20's to early 30's
Rhoda - mid 20's to early 30's
Ezekiel Foster - mid 40's to late 50's
Mike - mid 20's to late 30's
Cigarette Girl
Snoring Man
Mrs. Snoring Man
Train Conductor
Dance Captain
Assistant Seamstress
Ed Sullivan
Regency Room Announcer - offstage voice
Sheldrake's Secretary - offstage voice
'Jimmy's Back Room' Clubgoers
Train Passengers
Inn Guests
Patrons of the Regency Room
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