It's A Wonderful Life

Multi-camera Live-stream

A Live Radio Play • December 4-20, 2020

 Directed by Jonathan Rhys Williams

Adapted by Joe Landry from the screenplay by Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett, Frank Capra & Jo Swerling

TICKETS

Experience this beloved American holiday classic as a live 1940s radio broadcast complete with sound effects done right before your eyes.

Inspired by the classic holiday film, this family-friendly radio play tells the story of idealistic George Bailey, a man who gives up his dreams to help others, and whose life’s decisions on Christmas Eve bring about the intervention of his guardian angel.

This timeless story comes to life with five talented actors performing dozens of characters as a live radio broadcast with live Foley sound effects. This production will surely ignite the holiday spirit in audiences of all ages.

Director Jonathan Rhys Williams will be hosting the stream live for each broadcast. Join us in the chat room for pre-show trivia and socializing!

Starring
Chris Fernandez
Robert Lewis
Jerry Lloyd
Eduardo Soria
Irene Trapp
Jaime Wolf

Due to Santa Clara County’s current Purple status, the play itself will not be performed live in-studio. Tabard Theatre is closed to patrons, and currently operating as a broadcast studio only

 

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* 2:30-2:45pm FREE presentation for visually impaired patrons.
Everyone welcome.

St. Paul's UMC Food Closet

Our Production
Non-Profit Partner

REVIEWS

What the Critics Have Said

“One of the best holiday shows around. This is a fresh and inventive way of reconnecting with a classic story of love and redemption.”

— Chicago Sun-Times

A well-loved tale told with style, charm and a heart so big it could burst the ribcage of the harshest Grinch.”

— The Chicago Tribune

A fresh theatrical context that creates just the right kind of retro warmth. If you cry every time you see the movie, you’ll be blubbering away right on cue…Guaranteed.”

Chris Jones, The Chicago Tribune

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by Metro Silicon Valley Readers