Adrienne Haan

The Triad Theatre NYC

White Christmas at the Triad – A Tribute To The Life and Music Of Irving Berlin

“The chemistry between the two artists was thrilling as they seemed to be sharing silent jokes even as they sang beautifully together!” (Cabaret Scenes)

“Ms. Haan and Mr. Shatto showed charming chemistry with each other, and distributed quite evenly through the duos were solos for each of them.” (New York Concert Review)

“Haan and Shatto prove to be one smart team.” (Theatre Pizzazz)

“Haan and Shatto are the talk of town and one brilliant match.” (Wolf Entertainment Guide)

Featuring Adrienne Haan and Bart Shatto
With Richard Danley as Music Director
Directed by Adrienne Haan 
Script and original idea by Laurence Pierron
Choreography by Melanie LaPatin
Produced by Peter Martin, Joseph Barry and Laurence Pierron

This season’s White Christmas At The Triad is returning with a big bang, featuring international award winning chanteuse Adrienne Haan and Broadway and concert star Bart Shatto.
Written by Laurence Pierron, White Christmas At The Triad tells the life story of great American composer Irving Berlin and his close relation to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
Combining their talents, Adrienne Haan and Bart Shatto are presenting some of the most beautiful (Christmas) songs as well as lesser known oeuvres of the fabulous American composer.

This year marks the 80th anniversary since the song “White Christmas” was written, as well as the 80th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor which caused the USA to join WWII and Irving Berlin to write the musical “This is the Army”. The songs in this show are contained in a smartly written script, celebrating this year’s festive season.

”I’m dreaming of a white Christmas…!”

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2-drink minimum.

Running time: 90 minutes without an intermission.

By law, all eligible patrons are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination upon arrival at the theater. Lack of proof will result in denial of entry with no refund

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