This holiday show spells Christmas with a capital *C*… Carols, Cookies, Clarence!
American Blues Theater presents It’s a Wonderful Life: Live at the Biograph! It’s a 1940 radio broadcast of the holiday classic. Suicidal man sees how his life effected the entire town of Bedford Falls. Clarence, an angel second class, is helping George Bailey vanquish his self destructive way. This touching holiday tale goes audio-tastic with seven characters and one foley artist creating the familiar American classic. It’s a Wonderful Life: Live at the Biograph! is a bell-ringing, heart-tugging, eye-misting Christmas crowd pleaser.
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