2011 - 2012
After WW II, Bob Wallace and Phil Davis leave the Army and team up to become a top song-and-dance act. Davis plays matchmaker and introduces Wallace to a pair of beautiful sisters (Betty and Judy) who also have a song-and-dance act. Phil sees that Bob is attracted to Betty, so he talks Bob into following the girls to their next show, at an inn in Vermont. When they get to the inn, it is practically empty because there is no snow, and they discover their former commander, General Waverly, is the lodge owner. They decide to stay to try to drum up some business for the general and a series of romantic mix-ups ensues.
Betty mistakenly thinks that Bob and Phil are taking advantage of the general's misfortune to get free publicity, so she gets angry at them. Judy and Phil think that Betty is upset because she is afraid to fall in love with Bob because she has to look after Judy, so Judy and Phil pretend to get engaged. Betty leaves for New York to get away from Bob. When the general's request to rejoin the army is denied, Bob goes on national TV to get the men from his World War II division to surprise the general on Christmas Eve. Betty sees the show and realizes Bob really is a good guy so she returns to Vermont to participate in the big show. In a memorable finale, Bob and Betty declare their love, as do Phil and Judy. The background of the set is removed to show the snow falling in Pine Tree. Everyone raises a glass, toasting, "May your days be merry and bright; and may all your Christmases be white."
Stage Director: Judy Follett-Johns
Music Director: Murray Doggett
Choreographer: Linda Fournier-Brown
Rhoda, Dance Ensemble
General Henry Waverly
Rita, Dance Ensemble
Alison Enid Foley
Centrepointe Food Coordinator
Costume Production Manager