- What: White Christmas, including dinner
- When: December 24–28
- Where: Arizona Broadway Theatre
- Door time: 30 minutes before dining time
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
- Dinner includes soup or salad, entree, and bread, rolls, or muffins
- $45 for one ticket in select seating, indicated in tan (up to $95.50 value)
- $50 for one ticket in choice seating, indicated in burgundy (up to $100.50 value)
- $115 for two tickets in VIP balcony seating (up to $227 value)
- $199 for four tickets in VIP balcony seating (up to $454 value)
- Click here to view the seating chart. Seating is at tables. VIP balcony seating requires climbing 28 stairs and offers some of the best seating in the house.
Irving Berlin’s White Christmas
Anchored by a title song popularized by Bing Crosby, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas follows Bob Wallace and Phil Davis, two World War II pals who’ve formed a successful song-and-dance duo. When they fall for two musically inclined sisters named Betty and Judy, they follow the siblings to a Vermont ski lodge coincidentally owned by their former commander. Things aren’t as merry as they seem, however, for a lack of snow threatens to close the wintertime paradise. In an attempt to save it, the characters band together to perform a nationally televised broadcast of Bob and Phil’s latest show.
With a wistful score and script adapted from the 1954 film of the same name by Paul Blake and Tony-nominated playwright David Ives, White Christmas unites audiences with the magic of the holidays and the shared disdain of weathermen everywhere. The cast includes a healthy mix of ABT vets, including Patrick Graver (The Producers) as Phil and Kelly Moran DiConzo (42nd Street) as Judy. Nathan Brian and Julia Mosby make their ABT debut as Bob and Betty, respectively, rounding out the story’s charming foursome.
Arizona Broadway Theatre
A Peoria fixture since 2004, Arizona Broadway Theatre combines performances with fine dining, a marriage that helped garner the title of Best Playhouse from PHOENIX magazine in 2010. Curtains open to a cast of talented performers, who were culled from auditions in New York and the Valley of the Sun, and have belted out Broadway staples such as Grease, Fiddler on the Roof, and Singin' in the Rain. Servers glide through the tiered theater hall prior to performances, peppering white tablecloths with platefuls of American fare. Previous show's menus have included such dishes as steak diane's sliced tenderloin paired with sautéed shallots and lyonnaise potatoes, which entertain patrons' stomachs without forcing them to eat the show's program.