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About the Play
Centre Stage presents the American premiere of this charming play with music from the pen of Peter Quilter, writer of the worldwide hit comedy “Glorious!” and the Broadway smash “End of the Rainbow”. Set during the holliday season in England in the 1950’s, “Let It Snow” follows the stor of an eccentric theatrical family who perform more at home than they do on the stage. Jack is a cabaret star, as in love with his piano as he is with his silk dressing gowns. His parents, Charlie and Beatrice, are old Vadeville stars, full of hilarious tales of life on the road. Maggie performs with Jack in the evenings and regularly visits his house to rehearse, drink tea, and tell the sorry tale of her latest romantic disaster. If only she and Jack realized that their true love was right in front of them.
The sudden arrival of Charlie and Beatrice, asking to stay with Jack for a few days, throws his and Maggie’s lives into chaos. Jack’s butler and general housekeeper, Graham, copes masterfully with the ensuing disruption, but then Beatrice unexpectedly disappears. It seems that this was not a simple visit, but an opportunity for her to leave Charlie and run off to an alaternative romantic liaision in France. The question is, will anyone find their true love? Do Christmas wishes ever come true? And what on earth do performers do with themselves once the spotlight goes out?
This is a very funny and touching show business comedy that is bursting with one-liners and lovable characters. The show features a dozen classic Chistmas songs, including Winter Wonderland, Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Buon Natale, and of course, Let It Snow. Comedy, nostalgia, music, and plenty of Christmas spirit all wrapped up, just for you.
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