The Magic of Christmas Starring The Young Americans: A Yuletide Classic
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The last date listed for The Magic of Christmas was Sunday December 12, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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It’s that time of year when the world falls in love…
A wonderful show the whole family can enjoy together.
The Magic of Christmas
You probably remember The Young Americans at Tibbie’s Music Hall in Huntington Beach for six years, or perhaps you saw them on The Ed Sullivan Show, Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show, Bing Crosby Christmas Specials, or with Bob Hope, Julie Andrews, Dean Martin, Liberace, Fred Astaire, Johnny Mathis, or at the Greek Theatre with Judy Garland.
In this special holiday production, the Young Americans will take you on a ride to a magical place: Christmas in the northern mountains, snow, and a small town. They will take you ice-skating, build a snowman, cut down a Christmas Tree, make snowballs, and snuggle by the fire. See a show within a show at their own “Holiday Inn,” take a sleigh ride, ski the slopes, shop on a small-town main street and hear the special sounds of Christmas at a country church.
The Young Americans consists of 200 members from over 37 states and seven countries around the world. Among its 3000+ alumni are professionals in music education, fine arts, motion pictures, television, radio, Broadway and recording.
Each December, the YAs return to La Mirada Theatre to entertain entire families and celebrate the holiday season. One of the few times each year when all 200 Young Americans perform together as one cast with over 150 costume changes, beautiful choral music and dances ranging from hip hop to the Nutcracker Suite!
The Young Americans were founded almost 50 years ago in Hollywood, CA. For all of these years their purpose has remained the same. First, to provide our talented Young American student performers (15-21 years of age) with education in music, dance, performance and teaching. Second, to use this training, and the good will and optimism of these young people to support music in schools and its inherent benefits through conducting International Music Outreach Workshops in educational facilities of all types throughout the world.