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Closed December 29, 2013
There is a showstopping musical number in each act, one featuring a kick line of leg-shaped lamps, the other showcasing an impressive tap solo by a youngster named Luke Spring. There are also two live, crowd-pleasing dogs.
Neil Genzlinger, The New York Times
Opening night: 11 December 2013
Suitable for families with children aged eight and up.
Around two and a half hours with one intermission
Images used are from the 2012 Production - the part of Ralphie for the 2013 Broadway run is yet to be announced.
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