Welcome to Mistletoe Falls! A place where everyone loves Christmas, the girl always gets the guy, and there’s always a happy ending! It’s the kind of place that you might see in one of those cheesy TV Christmas movies.
When the annual Christmas Festival is in jeopardy, it’s up to one plucky big city gal who returns to her hometown to save the day, with the help of the handsome owner of the general store, of course! Together with the rest of the townsfolk they have to work to save Christmas!
But something goes wrong. All of the tropes of cheesy Christmas TV movies like this start to break down and all hell breaks loose!
Screenwriter Rick Garman has written more than a dozen holiday films for networks like Hallmark Channel and Great American Family, and now he’s bringing that Christmas magic to the stage with “Christmas in Mistletoe Falls,” a hilariously irreverent musical parody of exactly the kind of movies he makes.
Filled with cabaret performances of holiday classics like “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,” “Winter Wonderland,” “White Christmas,” “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” and many more, this is sure to be a holiday classic that will hopefully not get the guy who writes movies like this fired.