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Vista Center for Arts answers Christmas wish

‘Eleanor’s Very Merry Wish’ available at home

Posted 12/18/20

Theaters are mostly dark this year, but Christmas can still shine brightly for kids and their families.

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ENTERTAINMENT

Vista Center for Arts answers Christmas wish

‘Eleanor’s Very Merry Wish’ available at home

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Theaters are mostly dark this year, but Christmas can still shine brightly for kids and their families.

The Vista Center for the Performing Arts recently announced that the streaming video of the 2019 World Premiere, critically acclaimed performance of “Eleanor’s Very Merry Christmas Wish — The Musical,” is coming home for Holiday 2020.

“Eleanor’s Very Merry Christmas Wish ­— The Musical” tells the story of a rag doll named Eleanor who lives in the magical world of the North Pole.

Despite her love for her family there, including Santa, Mrs. “Cookie” Claus, Clara Claus, and the elves — Twinkle, Sprinkle, and Sparkle — Eleanor’s very merry Christmas wish is for a best friend and home of her own.

Realizing that wishing is not enough, she writes a letter to Santa expressing her dream. The letter opens the door to answering many questions, and to the journey which leads to her wish (and others) coming true.

The 65-minute musical written by Denise McGowan Tracy, with eight original songs by composer/lyricist Kathleen Butler-Duplessis and McGowan Tracy, is bursting with lessons for kids of all ages of the importance of friendship, family, and working hard to make your dreams come true.

The show is available on demand through Dec. 27.

Purchase holiday classic today, and as a valued subscriber to The Vista Center for the Arts, enter the Promo Code: VISSUR20 when registering to purchase.
There are multiple options to purchase:

  • Buy the household ticket to watch immediately. Hit PAY, the show will be live, and the purchaser will have access to it for 48 hours.
  • Buy the household ticket and watch later. a unique household viewing access code will be emailed to within one business day. Once choosing a day to view (before Dec. 28), access to the show is available for 48 hours.

Remember to include Promo Code VISSUR20 when registering to purchase.

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