After World War II, song and dance men Bob Wallace and Phil Davis form a successful partnership eventually becoming top Broadway producers. Bob agrees to take in a nightclub act by the Haynes sisters, Betty and Judy, as a favor-so he thinks-for their brother who served with Bob and Phil in the war. Phil always tries to get Bob interested in a girl, usually one in the show. When he realizes that Bob is smitten with Betty, he arranges to accompany them to their show at a small Vermont Inn. Imagine their surprise when they learn that their old commanding officer, Major General Tom Waverly, is the inn's owner. The General has sunk his savings and pension into the venture but it has yet to snow and it looks like he's on the verge of bankruptcy. They come up with a plan to help the General, but a series of misunderstandings leads to a rift between Bob and Betty leaving it to Phil and Judy to try and get them back together-which, of course, they do. Irving Berlin's White Christmas is a family friendly show appropriate for ages 4 and up. The show runs approximately 2 hours with one 15 minute intermission.