“As the holiday season rolls around, familiar Irving Berlin carols are bound to get stuck in your head — namely the title song from the 1954 flick White Christmas. This month, the Indio performing arts group Desert TheatreWorks puts on a live-action version of the musical. It kicks off Dec. 10 with a special opening-day celebration in which veterans have been invited to sing along to that snowy classic onstage alongside the actors.

The heartwarming Christmas tale follows singers Bob Wallace and Phil Davis on a trip to Vermont. With plans to perform with sister act Betty and Judy Haynes, the two men run into their World War II commander, Gen. Waverly. After discovering Waverly’s countryside inn is having financial troubles, they decide to throw a big stage performance to help rescue the property…”

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