Check Out a Live Performance of White Christmas in Granbury this Season

Check Out a Live Performance of White Christmas in Granbury this SeasonGranbury is more than just a charming small town with beautiful historic architecture in its downtown square. Granbury is the celebration capital of Texas. There is always something fun and festive happening in the town of Granbury. And if you are considering a move here you'll find that Granbury is a great place to get to know neighbors and enjoy community activities.

One of the most popular things to do in Granbury is to enjoy a production at the historic Granbury Opera House put on by the Granbury Theater Company. This year the theater company themed its season as Broadway on the Brazos. They are ending their season with a production of White Christmas during the holidays.

The Story of White Christmas

White Christmas was adapted into a play following the 1954 hit film that starred Bing Crosby along with an equally amazing cast of costars including Danny Kaye, the incredibly popular for her time Rosemary Clooney, and Vera-Ellen Rohe. The film was such a hit that it has been adopted into a musical and many theater companies perform it during the holiday season to this day.

The story follows two military veterans Bob Wallace and Phil Davis played by Crosby and Kaye. The characters Bob and Phil were friends who performed song and dance numbers for their company while at war. One of the friends ends up in danger and is saved by the other friend. They end up going back home and performing together as a duo and become extremely popular performing artists growing a large production company at home in the United States. They end up going to check out a singing act of two sisters as a favor to a friend in the army and romance blossoms. The sisters were on their way to perform a Christmas show at a Vermont Lodge and Bob and Phil ended up following them out there. They come to find that someone very familiar to them owns the lodge and an interesting story of trying to save the lodge ensues.

This Year's Cast

The cast and crew of the Granbury Theater Company are excited to perform this holiday classic for the people of Granbury. Actors in the cast include Jake Hamilton and Thomas Powderly as Bob and Phil and Jennifer Nickell and Makenna Clark as the sisters Betty and Judy. They are joined by other members of the theater company including Miranda Barrus, Kendrick Booth, Gavin Clark, Carson J. Clay, Kylie Cummins, Maudie G Davis, Kim Harris, Hannah Horton, Cora Lewis, Bailee Love, Renee Maynard, Elizabeth Miller, Jacob Myers, Dan Powderly, Addie Ratcliffe, Jackson Scheer, and Xander Wooten.

The company will be under the direction of Jarret Self for White Christmas with the assistance of Natalie Guess. The music Director is Ashley Greene and choreography is led by Nolan Moralez and Lena Moralez. 

Times and Tickets

You can get more information about purchasing tickets at the theater company website showtimes are Thursdays and Fridays at 7:30 PM and Saturdays and Sundays at 2 PM and 7:30 PM. There are a few extra evening performances scattered in for December 19 and 20th and an extra matinee on Friday, December 22. The show is currently running and the last performance will be on December 23.

You can get tickets at the box office or you can call (817)579–0952 as well as visiting their website. Floor seats are $35 and balcony seats are $30. There is a discount available to seniors 65+ and active-duty military service members. There are also discounts available for veterans and children/students. It is good to note that there are processing fees that apply to both tickets purchased at the box office and online.

If you want to get immersed in the fun events that happen in Granbury Texas checking out the live performances put on by the Granbury Theater Company is a great choice.

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