Plaid Tidings, Forever Plaid's Holiday Sequel, from Broadway San Diego!
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The last date listed for Plaid Tidings was Sunday December 3, 2006 / 6:00pm.
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Bill Ereneta
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The overall performance was very entertaining. The harmonizing by the four performers was par excellence. Some of the patter was a bit inane and more singing would have filled the bill better for me. But, really can't complain about the memories which these songs brought back. A very good way to get into the spirit of the season.
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For those who love Forever Plaid and those who have never been to a Plaid show, it is a great kick off to the Holidays. The music is great and the harmonizing flawless. It appeals to all ages and is a great nostalgia romp for the Senior crowd. ...continued
Quotes & Highlights
Written and directed by Tony®-nominated, Forever Plaid creator, Stuart Ross.
The eternal teenagers of Forever Plaid, Sparky, Smudge, Jinx, and Frankie are back for the holidays in their very own high-spirited holiday hit!
The Plaid boys continue their supernatural saga returning from the afterlife again to play their very own Christmas TV Special, featuring a hilarious two-minute history of the Ed Sullivan Show, back-up vocals for a video-projected Perry Como, and a host of great holiday songs sure to get everyone feeling a lot like Christmas.
About the Ticket Supplier: Broadway San Diego, A Nederlander Presentation
Broadway/San Diego – A Nederlander Presentation is part of the nationally recognized Nederlander Producing Company of America – one of the country’s largest and most experienced operators of live theater. Broadway/San Diego made its original debut as the “San Diego Playgoers” in 1976, after presenting Equus at the Spreckels Theatre in Downtown San Diego. For several years, San Diego Playgoers presented shows at the Fox Theatre (now Copley Symphony Hall) and the Spreckels, before establishing a permanent home at the San Diego Civic Theatre in 1986, with occasional presentations at the other venues.