The show revolves around a grandmother reading a Christmas story to her grandchildren about the various things that make the holiday season special. Set in grandmother’s house, the story takes the audience on a magical journey through numerous scenes and scenarios from the North Pole to Times Square, Clove Lake Park to The Rainbow Room, and culminates in a justifiably renowned Living Nativity.
The production includes such popular tunes as “White Christmas”, “Sleigh Ride”, “Let it Snow”, and “Silver Bells” as well as religious numbers including “O Holy Night” and “Go Tell It on the Mountain” performed to a live orchestra led by musical director Michael Morreale.
The show serves as a fundraiser for the St. George Theatre Restoration, Inc.
Tickets are $50, $40, $30, $20, and $10, with a Sunday night special offer of $30 and $10 tickets at all levels. Group rates are also available through the box office at 718-442-2900 x 503.
Banner Image: St George Theatre Christmas Show. Image Credit – St George Theatre