It's four days beforeChristmas, and the New York Evening Post needs a holiday feature story.
President James Monroe is counting on reading it to his family on Christmas
Day. But writer Clement Moore has writer's block. Besides that, he must work at
home amongst his five children who are, needless to say, very anxious for St.
Nicholas to arrive. Clement's frustration mounts--then the magic begins. The
sounds of bells, moving toys and visions of Sugar Plum Fairies all conspire to
help Clement, as the events from the classic poem come to life. Interwoven with
carolers, a song to St. Nicholas, dancing fairies and much more, including, of
course, a visit from the old elf himself, this delightful musical concludes
with the complete original poem set to exquisite music. This fresh telling of
the most popular Christmas poem ever told will delight audiences of all ages.
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