Northwest Sinfonietta Scores Chaplin's The Gold Rush
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The classic holiday film Miracle on 34th Street comes to the stage in a musical concert written by legendary composer Meredith Willson (The Music Man). "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas" is among the great songs in this heartwarming celebration of the magic of the holidays. Using minimal staging, props and costumes, SHOWTUNES Theatre Company highlights the music and performances of rarely seen musicals. Originally produced on Broadway as Here's Love, Willson's adaptation centers on a department store Santa who claims to be the real Kris Kringle -- and has to prove it in court. Learn More
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Experience Chaplin's hilarious, heartbreaking, and thought-provoking genius in "the film he wanted to be remembered for." He proved he could do it all - as an actor and as a director.
Northwest Sinfonietta accompanies the screening of one of Chaplin's greatest films with his musical score performed live.
About the Ticket Supplier: Northwest Sinfonietta
Northwest Sinfonietta was founded in 1991 by Christophe Chagnard and Kathryn Habedank on the occasion of the Mozart Bicentennial. Held as one of the Northwest's finest professional orchestras, features thirty-five members from amongst the region's foremost instrumentalists. It performs a wide range of repertoire from Baroque to contemporary composers in the three main orchestral disciplines: symphonic, opera and ballet.