The Marquis Theatre at the Marriott Hotel in Times Square is hosting one heck of a holiday party with Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, starting Broadway performances today. This is the second annual limited Broadway engagement of the snow-filled show, which is based on the beloved holiday film of the same name, and also incorporates many other memorable Irving Berlin songs from other movies and musicals. The production, directed by Walter Bobbie, features Tony Yazbeck, Melissa Errico, James Clow, Mara Davi, David Ogden Stiers, and Ruth Williamson in the cast, plus a large ensemble of singers and dancers. White Christmas will play at the Marquis through January 3, 2010.
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