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The 5th Avenue Theatre
Located between University and Union 1308 5th Avenue Seattle, WA 98101
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I rode the bus downtown and back home. No fuss, no parking, no high fees, it was wonderful!
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I hopped on the 545 route along 4th/ 5th Aves for Thursday's matinee, and enjoyed happy hour at McCormick's on 4th afterwards while waiting out rush hour.
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"White Christmas"
13 ratings
4.8 average rating
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attended Dec 17 2009

I was concerned about the view from Ochestra back- but shouldn't have worried... We were under the balcony on the left side- in the back- and still felt very close- with a good view. The story was slightly different then the movie, but it flowed...continued

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attended Dec 29 2009

Seat location was excellent and the performance was fantastic!

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attended Dec 17 2009

My first time using Goldstar and I am 100% satisfied with the experience. Great price on very good seats. We were in the left back orchestra which,in the 5th Ave Theater, have good views of the stage - not too far back at all. The show itself was...continued

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If you’re dreaming of a White Christmas, don’t miss this joyous adaptation of the classic film in its first return engagement to the 5th Avenue stage since it played to sold-out audiences in 2006! When two showbiz gents team up with a beautiful sister act to save a country inn, the result is a sparkling holiday package bursting with cheerful dancing, treasured tunes and a generous helping of yuletide cheer.

Featuring “White Christmas,” “Sisters,” “Blue Skies” and “I Love a Piano.”

Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin

Book by Paul Blake and David Ives

Based on the 1954 Paramount Picture