'A Christmas Story' Shines on Broadway

A musical adaptation of the 1983 movie sets tongue mishaps and electric leg lamps to song.
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Tonight the holiday season is tourist season in New York City the likes shopping shows once great choice while you're here in the musical adaptation. -- America's favorite holiday movie. Also happens to me how work. Favorite story of the day a Christmas story the musical is running through the month of December here's a look. It's an American classic. The American experience. A Christmas story the movie captured all the hassles of the holiday -- humor everyone saw a little something of their own family in the parkers from -- -- quests -- a red -- BB gun to the old man's leg went toward. And it. It was a movie that even prompted generations of kids to consider sticking their tons to a metal pole. This timeless -- is now the musical production bringing the story of ground TNT scrambling to the stage that's -- than life. The musical takes -- story further with a score that brings down the house -- -- imagination can run wild. Peter Billingsley who played ralphie in the -- one of the show's producers he says the musical captures the spirit. Of the film this. And really into the -- musical format of the eccentric tone in the movie all the fantasy sequences that -- handle the dreams that he had. The company begins with. An incident and take the same intensity it's in the movie but they extended the brightest star on the stage -- young kid. Place around the whole thing wide eyed wonder this. This one of the guys who are -- Like -- -- look like when terrible news double -- but he's amazing in. But I have to be natural. So I realized from the movie he's very -- Certain moments like -- he's not. Nashville I kind of take -- The musical also stars Dan Lauria as the narrator gene Sheppard whose writings inspired the film. It's actually been fun for us because so many of -- more adults than kids. Hook and with that -- -- children and what have you done my favorite movie. But I'll go on the -- say -- display is much stronger than they'll. Story takes place in the -- and the movie was released in the eighties the Christmas story is a timeless narrative. It's about a young -- hopes an Indiana. -- is really the only person -- he never -- He just seem to know Michael that it's. Sort of father son component. And always took him because it had been -- from the North Sea and about a 150 -- A lot of fun and -- man that looks like something that I could act actually watch and take my kids see -- -- runs Madison Square Garden through December 29 that movie you know it -- sort of started out slow and really turn into a. Classic and now there -- generations of families that will get together and that's what they do on absolutely watch that movie yet. They're people I know I can call the entire movement has been included in the shoot your eye out kid that was AM -- -- -- -- Yeah. -- --

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