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Performances are held at the New Stage located at 12850 SW Grant Ave., Tigard.

COURTESY PHOTO: CRAIG MITCHELLDYER - Fred Bishop as Walter in Broadway Rose's 'It Happened One Christmas' playing through Dec. 22.  Broadway Rose Theatre Company concludes its 2019 Season of Musicals with "It Happened One Christmas" at the Broadway Rose New Stage. Preview performance is Wednesday, Nov. 27 with opening night on Friday, Nov. 29 and performances continuing through Dec. 22. Evening performances are at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday with matinees at 2 p.m. on select Saturdays and Sundays. There will be a special Thursday matinee Dec. 19. Performances are held at the New Stage located at 12850 SW Grant Ave., Tigard. Tickets are priced from $30 to $48 for adults. Tickets in the upper section for ages 6-18 are $20 and ages 19-35 are $25. For a complete list of show performances and ticket options including $5 tickets for Oregon Trail Card holders, visit broadwayrose.org or call 503-620-5262.

The show allows audiences to take a fanciful trip to Santa's Chalet in the heart of Grimble's department store one snowy Christmas Eve. As Walter, the security guard, and Francis, the cleaner, make their evening rounds, their holiday fantasies spring to life in this merry, musical spectacle. The two enjoy a tuneful Christmas dinner together, remembering the magic of the season and discovering that with a wish and a song you are never truly alone. Enjoy your favorite festive tunes and warm your holiday season with this joyful new musical revue written by Dan Murphy and Rick Lewis, with music arrangements by Rick Lewis.

The Broadway Rose production will be directed by Dan Murphy, with music direction by Jeffrey Childs. The creative team includes Kristeen Willis, Annie Kaiser, Phil McBeth, Brian Karl Moen, Elizabeth Barrett and Jessica Junor.

The cast comprises Jennifer Goldsmith as Frances and Fred Bishop as Walter. The supporting cast includes Chad Craner, Colin Kane, Janela Scott and Megan Tudor.


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