It’s Opening Night at Arvada Center, Expect A Miracle…
We’ve been preparing for this show since before Halloween! Tonight, we bring you Miracles.…
The traditional holiday favorite that will put you in the spirit of the season when its magic comes to our Main Stage Theater. This musical version of the joyful and nostalgic classic movie includes memorable songs such as â€œJolly Old St. Nicholasâ€ ,â€œPinecones and Hollyberriesâ€ and more. As we get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the season, we all need a little break to remember that miracles do happen. The Miracle on 34th Street is pure family entertainment – make it part of your holiday celebration.
Book, Music and Lyrics by Meredith Willson
Based on Miracle on 34th Street; story by Valentine Davies
Main Stage Theater
Show Runs Nov 27 – Dec 23
Times & Pricing:
Fri & Sat, 7:30 p.m. and Sat & Sun, 2:00 p.m.; Tickets starting atÂ $59
Tues, Wed, Thu, 7:30 p.m. and Wed, 1:00 p.m.; Tickets starting at $53
Find A Miracle at Arvada Center
Erick Devine, Ben Dicke and Lauren Shealy sing
“Pine Cones and Holly Berries”
Jody Madaras and Regan Fenske sing “My Wish”
Making Musical Miracles
Now â€“ how about a little taste of what Miracle has to offer?
Musical Director David Nelhs and Artistic Director Rod Lansberry have already been working hard on the music of Miracle that makes this production so specialâ€¦ in more ways than one!
In late September and early October, part of the cast of the musical â€œMiracle on 34th Streetâ€ recorded a song from the production that will be used on the â€Carols for a Cureâ€ annual two-disc holiday CD compilation of original songs and holiday classics which benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BCEFA).
These CDs boast the best voices from the worlds of Broadway, Off-Broadway and national tours. The Arvada Center was the only selected Regional Theater asked to participate in this years Carol for A Cure project!
Featured on the track from the production, â€œJolly Old St. Nicholasâ€ are Heather Doris, Shannan Steele, and Valerie Hill and choreographer Piper Arpan (who performs the tap sequence on the track, along with Tracey Zimmerman). Other Arvada Center staff of Audio Engineer Grant Evenson, Musical Director David Nehls and the Arvada Center staff musicians completed the ensemble for performance and recording
Watch Ashlyn and Nate’s Interview with KATV
Join Director Gavin Mayer as he interviews two of the youngest cast members on their first day of rehearsal. 6yr-old Ashlyn Williams plays “Hendrika” and 7yr-old Nate Kissingford plays “Tommy” in the Arvada Center production of “Miracle on 34th Street, The Musical”.
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