White Christmas

Sing-A-Long Version of The Iconic Christmas Movie!

Song-and-dance men (Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye) team up and join forces with a sister act (Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen) and trek to Vermont for a White Christmas.

Dec. 27th-7pm & Dec. 29th-4pm

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Run Time: 140 minutes



Arrive early for general admission and “Pick-Your-Own” seating at this extraordinary 1954 SING-A-LONG screening event.
If someone in your party has a request for seating accommodation…
...please call our Box Office: 781-646-4849 for assistance with seating.
Doors Open: 6:30PM


All Seats: $10.00 In-Advance
[$13.00 At-the-Door]
(A $2.00 Web|Phone Ticketing Fee & a $1.00 Box Office Ticketing Fee will be added)
Seniors [Over-62] & Students [18 & Under]: $2.00-OFF
Veterans, Active Service Members and Families of Active Members: Half-Price

...Wednesday, December 27th at 7:00pm                 NOW AVAILABLE

...Friday, December 29th at 4:00pm                               NOW AVAILABLE



...DINNER and a Show is available for this performance. Call the Box Office for your vouchers at 781.646.4849 or click below for more info…







Every holiday season, countless millions from all over the world gather around television screens to watch their favorite Christmas movies. It’s a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Carol (in all its many versions), A Christmas Story, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, A Charlie Brown Christmas, and of course, The Polar Express, are all universally beloved holiday movies.

But no list of classic Christmas movies could ever be complete without including 1954’s White Christmas starring Bing Crosby.

White Christmas was a Paramount picture and was the first-ever movie filmed in the then-breakthrough wide screen wonder VistaVision.

White Christmas was released on October 14, 1954. It premiered at New York’s Radio City Music Hall. Variety gave the film a thumbs up, saying: White Christmas should be a natural hit at the box office… ...Crosby and Kaye keep the entertainment going… ...clicking so well the team should call for a repeat…. White Christmas proved a financial bonanza, earning over $12 million dollars at the box office (a Star Wars-like amount in 1954). In fact, White Christmas was the biggest movie hit of the year.

See it now on the big screen accompanied by the Regent Theatre’s concert sound system!