About the showSettle in for a dreamy festive favourite when Curve Leicester's revival of Irving Berlin's musical White Christmas arrives at the Dominion Theatre this Christmas. Directed by Nikolai Foster and featuring the iconic song "White Christmas", it plays a strictly limited run in the West End from 15 November 2019.
The musical, written in 2000, is based on the black and white film of the same title. This revival enjoyed sell-out success at Leicester Curve, with The Stage calling it faultlessly “executed”.
White Christmas tells the tale of two veterans just after WWII. The pair decide to form a showbiz duo in order to share their passion for music and dance with the world. As well as the classic "White Christmas", the show's toe-tapping soundtrack includes the songs Blue Skies and Sisters.
Danny Mac (Sunset Boulevard) reprises his role as Bob Wallace and Dan Burton (Gypsy) reprises the part of Phil Davis. Further casting news is to follow.
Nikolai Foster, the Curve’s Artistic Director, directs. His previous directorial credits include Annie and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Choreography comes from Stephen Mear, the two-time Olivier Award-winner.
The production features set design by Michael Taylor and costume design by Diego Pitarch. Lighting design comes from Mark Henderson, sound design from Tom Marshall and musical supervision from Stephen Brooker. Orchestrations are by Larry Blank, with new musical arrangements courtesy of Jason Carr.
Start dreaming of a White Christmas and don't miss the chance to see this heart-warming classic when it arrives at London’s Dominion Theatre from 15 November 2019.
Who Should See It?Those who loved the 1954 film shouldn’t think twice about securing White Christmas tickets. This highly acclaimed production is the perfect supplement to a cosy Christmas.