Home for the Holidays

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Show Details

Performance Schedule

SUNDAY @ 1 & 5 PM

Run Dates

November 01, 2017 - December 30, 2017

Upcoming Scheduled Events

No scheduled performances found.

Running Time

1:35 hrs

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Show Description

Start a new holiday tradition on Broadway with Home for the Holidays, featuring some of the greatest voices of our generation performing contemporary takes on more than 25 perennial favorites.

Backed by a kinetic eight-piece rhythm and brass band, traditional favorites like "O Come All Ye Faithful" and "O Holy Night" provide heart as they come to life side-by-side with radio favorites such as "All I Want for Christmas is You" and "Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)".

Kaitlyn Bristowe, star of The Bachelorette season 11, will provide seasonally themed narration while acclaimed actor and singer Danny Aiello offers stories and songs that share a glimpse into Christmas in Manhattan through the decades of his childhood. Home for the Holidays will also feature appearances by Bianca Ryan, Josh Kaufman & Candice Glover as well as YouTube stars Peter Hollens and Evynne Hollens.

Audience Advisory

Program is subject to change prior to opening night.(11/21)


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November 01, 2017 - December 30, 2017

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Theatre Details


August Wilson Theatre
245 W 52nd St
New York, NY 10019

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Public Transportation

By Subway: The closest subway lines are the 1, C and E at 50th Street.

By Bus: Four buses stop near the August Wilson Theatre, please take the M7, M20, M50, or M104

Additional Accessibility Details

Wheelchairs: Theatre is not completely wheelchair accessible. There is a stair lift that provides access from the entrance on 52nd street to the Orchestra level. Wheelchair seating is in the Orchestra only.

Seating: Seats 1275. Wheelchair locations in orchestra can be reached by stair-lift. Balcony can be reached only by stairs. 8 steps down from sidewalk to entrance of theatre, 25 steps up to Orchestra level. 22 steps to Mezzanine, 19 steps up to remainder of Mezzanine, 2 steps per row. Entrance to Mezzanine behind row E.

Elevator\Escalator: There are no elevators or escalators at this theatre. A stair lift is provided for accessible entrance to the orchestra from the street level.

Parking: A valet parking garage is located on 52nd Street between Broadway & 8th Avenue.

Curb Ramps: North west corner of 52nd Street & Broadway; North East corner of 52nd Street & 8th Avenue

Entrance: Three sets double doors in series: 1st set (each 26") to outer lobby; down three steps through 2nd set (each 30"). Alternate entrance: Stair lift provides direct access from 52nd Street. Enter at doors at ground level, left of main entrance (4th set of double doors under the marquee). Lift immediately inside door. Goes directly to orchestra level. Upon arrival at theater, please contact manager or uniformed custodian on duty in theater box office lobby for assistance.

Box Office: Outer lobby of theater at street level. Counter 47".

Restroom: Womens and Mens: Accessible restroom on orchestra level near stair lift. Unisex: Door 32.5". Clear space 21" x 24"

Water Fountain: The water fountain is located in lower lobby, one flight down from the orchestra (8 steps down from street level). For patrons unable to use the stairs, water will be available at the concession stand.

Telephone: Located in the box office lobby: Coin slot is 54" high. Cord is 32" long. Volume controls are available.

Assisted Listening System: Reservations are not necessary. Drivers license or ID with printed address required as a deposit. Please call: (212) 582-7678 to reserve in advance.

Folding Armrests: Seats with folding armrests plus companion seat available for puchase online, in person, or over the phone

Translation: Translations are available in Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish and German. Reservations are required. To reserve translations and for more information, visit BroadwayTranslations or call (212) 582-7678.

Reviews (2)

And now because ’tis the season to be jolly, here’s why Home for the Holidays might well be a Christmas cracker for you. Candice Glover, in particular, gives the most powerful and show-stealing vocals of the night and also seems to play the role of the ringleader, when it comes to breaking the fourth wall and engaging with the audience. Her stage presence creates the more relaxed, informal atmosphere that this revue needs to flourish. Her rendition of Faith Hill’s “Where Are You, Christmas?” is the standard-bearer of the show.

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Of the three lead singers, Josh Kaufman comes off as the most assured, with a style that comfortably encompasses traditional carols as well as some more uptempo songs for which he eases into a surprisingly jazzy-soulful mode ("All I Want for Christmas Is You" and "That's What Christmas Means to Me"). Kaufman did a brief turn on Broadway as the lead in Pippin at the end of its most recent revival, and based on his engaging performance in Home for the Holidays, he might do well to consider returning to the musical stage.

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