From the film by Frank Capra and the story by Philip Van Doren Stern. Adapted for the stage by James W. Rodgers. Directed by Mark Hauck
It’s a Wonderful Life is a true holiday classic, as essential to the season as Santa Claus and Christmas cookies. On Christmas Eve, George Bailey finds himself wondering if the city of Bedford Falls and its citizens would be better off had he never existed.
Thankfully, George’s guardian angel, Clarence, is sent to him in his hour of need to show him how the seemingly small actions of one man can cause tremendous change in the lives of those he’s touched. This timeless tale is a reminder of how truly wonderful life can be.
Recommended for ages 6 and older. Please see our ratings page for additional details. The ratings page is not intended for those under the age of 17.
Tickets range from $17-$26. Please visit the Pricing and Seating section of our website for further information.
Tickets are available online or by calling the box office at 763-422-1838.
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George Bailey: Brandon Osero
Clarence Odbody: Matthew Cawley
Mr. Gower: Jeffrey Maas
Young George: Alex Daraits
Harry Bailey: Brad Kallhoff
Mother Bailey: Megan Ward
Aunt Tilly: Lynn Mullin
Violet Peterson: Missy Hildebrandt
Bert: Dennis Sanford
Uncle Billy: Eric Eichenlaub
Mary Hatch: Mandi Trandem
Henry Potter: Rick Gabriel
Mr. Potter’s Secretary: Dariya Kimmes
Mrs. Hatch: Carole Conoma
Sam Wainwright: Zach Marleau
Miss Andrews: Jaida Ruis
Mrs. Thompson: Jen Galvin
Mr. Martini: Mark Parrent
Mrs. Martini: Renae Lewis
Newspaper Boy: Seth Jorgenson
Tammy Bailey: Jaylynn Troha
Zuzu Bailey: Alexa Mercier
Janie Bailey: Carley Clover
Ensemble: Callie Dochtermann, Brayli Carmichael, Amanda Maas