Christmas 1944

Christmas 1944

12/2/2011
Tickets: $54 +$5 service fee. (Includes pre-show lunch - Lunch is served starting at 12:15pm, with performance at 1:30pm
Musikfest Café presented by Yuengling ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks
11:30am | 12pm
$54

Free performance to all active duty and retired military personnel as a thank you for their service - presented by Embassy Bank.

Details: First 50 and a guest, tickets must be picked up at Box Office. Military personnel and their guest will have ability to purchase the meal for $29.00. Seating 4th floor. To purchase tickets as a veteran, please visit the Box Office at the ArtsQuest Center.

Lunch at Noon; show at 1:30pm.

Travel back in time with this heart-warming musical telling the story of three women and their journey for hope, love and Christmas spirit during World War II. These women are a mother with a son fighting in Europe, a wife working at Bethlehem Steel until her husband returns and a young girl who finds love for the first time. Add Christmas classics such as White Christmas and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas and you have a memorable show that is a "must-see" for the holiday season. Each presentation of Christmas 1944 includes a prixe fix lunch in the brand-new Musikfest Cafe.

Menu for Elisabeth Von Trapp and Christmas 1944

  • Salad - House-cut greens accompanied by roasted peppers, english cucumbers, blistered tomatoes, tossed in a light Italian dressing
  • Entree - A duet of grilled lemon chicken and Kennet square mushroom sauce, petite medallion of beef and dijon jus. Roasted fingerling potatoes, and French green beans
  • Dessert - Warm baked apple pie w/ caramel sauce and vanilla whipped cream
  • Includes water and fresh brewed ice tea
  • Coffee, decaf and hot tea
  • There will be a chef's choice vegetarian dish ~available upon request~

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