It’s a Wonderful Life:
A Live Radio Play

Adapted by Joe Landry



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$38 Preview Performances: November 14 & 15

“This show will vanquish your inner Grinch, Scrooge, and Potter as you leave humming Auld Lang Syne!” – Broadway World

About the Play

No man is a failure who has friends.

Uplifting and heartwarming, this classic Christmas story is reimagined for the stage as a 1940’s live radio broadcast. After a series of financial hardships, a small-town banker contemplates suicide on a snowy Christmas Eve in 1945. George, who wishes he had never been born, receives the aid of a guardian angel who is assigned the task of saving George’s life. Perfectly timed for the Holiday season, this timeless masterpiece reaffirms the inherent value of all people with an enchanting, theatrical twist. Bring the whole family to witness a refreshing, unique take on this Holiday favorite.





Special Thanks To

Season Angels: Jane and Steve Akin
Season Benefactors: Patty and Jay Baker
Corporate Partners: Cohen & Grigsby
Executive Producers: Erika and Peter Aron, Christine and Terrance Flynn, Barbara and George Franks, Valerie and Nizar Ghoussaini, Rosemary and Don Gunther, Nancy and Tom Gallagher, Linda and Bob Harden, Jenny and Richard Housh, Thelma and Bud Negley, Christine Paddock, Gail Paster, Susan Regenstein and Barry Frank, Marie and Dick Stonesifer, Glenda and Rich Struthers
Show Sponsors: Jerry Coury, Fidelity Investments, Lois and Bruce Selfon, Joanne and Karl Wyss,

Run Time
Ongoing Promotions Groups of 10+
Engagement Events
Actor & Director Talk-Back: Nov. 21 Pre-Show Discussions: Nov. 17th at 2:15 PM, Nov. 20th at 2:15 and 7:15 PM, Dec. 4th at 2:15 and 7:15 PM, Dec.15th at 2:15 PM, Dec. 18th at 2:15 and 7:15 PM Script Club: TBA Curtain Conversation: Dec. 1st Learn More

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