It's a Wonderful Life at the Gamm

Posted 12/6/19

George, Clarence, and the entire town of Bedford Falls come to life in this staged 1940s radio broadcast of Frank Capra’s holiday movie classic. With live sound effects and a handful of actors, …

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It's a Wonderful Life at the Gamm

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George, Clarence, and the entire town of Bedford Falls come to life in this staged 1940s radio broadcast of Frank Capra’s holiday movie classic. With live sound effects and a handful of actors, the story of beleaguered building and loan owner George Bailey, and his affable helper angel, Clarence, unfolds one fateful Christmas Eve as you’ve never seen it before. Thiscaptivating, life-affirming story is a holiday treat for the entire family!
Featuring (l-r) Tony Estrella, Emily Turtle, and DJ Potter.

WHERE: The Gamm Theatre, 1245 Jefferson Blvd., Warwick
WHEN: Through Dec. 22
COST: $45
MORE INFO: 401/723-4266; gammtheatre.org

Event Dates
Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from Friday, December 6, 2019 through Sunday, December 22, 2019
Event time
7:30 PM
Cost / donation
$45
Contact
401/723-4266
Categories
2, Arts & Entertainment

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