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performing outdoor at the TTIP amphitheater




White Christmas Show Poster

White Christmas Show Poster









White Christmas Show Poster



White Christmas Show Poster

White Christmas Show Poster

White Christmas Show Poster

White Christmas show poster


  ASL Interpretation evening June 6/Rain date June 12July 15/Rain date July 22
performing outdoor inside shawnee mission park
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ALL Performances begin at 8:30pm.  TIP Box Office opens at 7pm on performance evenings.  Gates to the seating area open at 7:30pm.

White Christmas runs approximately 2.5 hours with one 15 minute intermission.


Veterans Bob Wallace and Phil Davis have a successful song-and-dance act after World War II. With romance in mind, the two follow a duo of beautiful singing sisters en route to their Christmas show at a Vermont lodge, which just happens to be owned by Bob and Phil's former army commander. With a dazzling score featuring well-known standards including “Blue Skies,” “I Love A Piano,” “How Deep Is the Ocean” and the perennial title song, White Christmas is an uplifting musical worthy of year-round productions.

Paramount Pictures released the movie musical White Christmas in 1954. Directed by Michael Curtiz, the film starred Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen, and featured 17 songs by Irving Berlin. The top moneymaker of 1954, White Christmas set a new record as Hollywood’s all-time highest-grossing musical.

The stage adaptation of White Christmas opened on Broadway at the Marquis Theatre on November 4, 2008, after several successful engagements throughout the United States. Directed by Walter Bobbie and starring Stephen Bogardus, Jeffry Denman, Kerry O’Malley and Meredith Patterson, the show was an audience favorite; it returned to Broadway the following year, starring James Clow, Tony Yazbeck, Melissa Errico and Mara Davi.


Based Upon the Paramount Pictures Film
Written for the Screen by Norman Krasna, Norman Panama and Melvin Frank
Original stage production directed by WALTER BOBBIE
Orchestrations by Larry Blank
Vocal and Dance arrangements by Bruce Pomahac


Director: Kacy Christensen
Stage Manager: Catherine Lewis
Asst. Stage Manager: Amelia O'Berg
Asst. Stage Manager: Chuck Harper
Assistant Choreographer: Ben Renfrow
Vocal Director/Conductor/Accompanist: Kevin Bogan
Costume Designer/Coordinator: Scotty Wiggins
Props Designer/Coordinator: Tress Katzenmeier
Hair and Make-up Designer: John Hollan
Lighting Designer: Jayson Chandley
Sound Designer: Brady Rose

White Christmas Orchestra

Reed 1 - Kaytee Dietrich 
Reed 2 - Cameron Lynn 
Reed 3 - Anne Sneller 
Reed 4 - Adam Shelton
Reed 5 – Blake Ulrich 
Horn - Jerry Old 
Trumpet 1 - John Burgess
Trumpet 2 – Lee Hake 
Trumpet 3 – Andrew Beckstrom 
Trumpet 3 –Cynthia Szczesny 
Trombone 1 - Lee Finch
Trombone 2 - John Burke 
Trombone 3 – Louis C. Neal
Drums - Blake Vignery 
Percussion - Drew Szczesny
Keyboard 1 - Jack Renfrow
Keyboard 2 – Kevin Bogan
Violins – Sarah Shipley
Cello – Ky Townswend
Bass - Frank Annecchini


Bob Wallace: Tom Nelson
Betty Haynes: Krista Eyler
Phil Davis: Mishi Schueller
Judy Haynes: Jennifer Renfrow
General Henry Waverly: Chris Halford
Martha Watson: Pam Sollars
Susan Waverly: Erynn Symons
Mike Nulty/Mr. Snoring Man/ Singing Ensemble: Brian Houchin
Ezekiel Foster/Quintet/Ed Sullivan Announcer/Singing Ensemble: Robert Clark
Ralph Sheldrake/Jimmy/Train Conductor/Singing Ensemble: Alec Walberg
Rhoda/Singing & Dancing Ensemble: Haley Knudsen
Rita/ Singing & Dancing Ensemble: Tori Porteous
Mrs. Snoring Man/Quintet/Tessie/Seamstress/Sheldrake’s Secretary/Singing Ensemble: Liv Hollan
Quintet/ Singing & Dancing Ensemble: Ben Renfrow
Quintet/ Singing & Dancing Ensemble: Connor KellyWright

Singing & Dancing Ensemble
Cayden Shelly
Morgan Ball
Johnny Dinh Phan
Nathan Anderson
Wyatt Walberg
Ava Greenberg
Jenna Gaston
Jasmine Hall
Bre Hays
McKenna Bizal




Soldiers Bob Wallace and Phil Davis served under General Henry Waverley in World War Two and, ten years later, they are still working together in a popular song and dance duo, Wallace and Davis. When they meet the singing sisters, Betty and Judy Haynes, Phil becomes enamoured with the beautiful Judy, while Bob is more reserved about his feelings for Betty. The two men follow the sisters up to their seasonal engagement at The Columbia Inn in Vermont. They discover the inn is owned by General Waverley but, unbeknownst to him, the inn is struggling to survive. With the help of Martha, the concierge, and the General’s granddaughter, Susan, Bob, Phil, Betty and Judy decide to put on a big show to draw in business.

Bob arranges for his old friend Ralph Sheldrake to bring the General’s former troops up to Vermont to support the show. Betty overhears Bob’s plans and misinterprets his intentions, believing that he wants to buy the inn instead. Confusion ensues as Betty leaves to go back to New York alone. Bob follows her to attempt to reconcile but, believing he has lost her, he goes on the Ed Sullivan Show to reach out to his former comrades. Back in Vermont, the rehearsals are coming to an end and the General is convinced to wear his uniform to watch the show. He is moved to see his former men return to support him and decides to put his efforts into making the inn a success. Betty returns to apologize to Bob and the couple finally declare their love for each other. With the show a huge success, Bob leads the whole theater in a rendition of “White Christmas”.

(Synopsis from stageagent.com)