The holidays are a time for friends and family to gather near. And while you have all those people around, why not see a show together? This modern-day holiday musical is sure to make everyone embrace the holiday spirit. After all, the best way to spread Christmas Cheer is being together and having friends near.
Plans for a festive holiday cruise on Christmas Day turns perilous for 8 passengers when their flights are cancelled due to a snowstorm. Will they make it in time to board the ship (hint: yes, they will!)? Will MK forgive her Dad for his terrible surprise? Will Marshall ever find love? And will Norm finally get his vacation? Hop aboard for a fun-filled festive musical about the wonders of sharing and friendship, full of love, Christmas cheer, rip-roaring fun and hugely lovable characters that will become a new tradition for families to cherish. This hilarious holiday journey through a misadventure-filled Christmas Eve is guaranteed to bring joy to your world!
Enjoy this world premiere musical to kick off our inaugural season and fly away with us as you hear your favorite songs, and find out if they make it to their Christmas vacation!
Tickets on Sale Fall 2021!
Celebrate the Holiday season with family at
Beach Street Repertory Theatre.
BSRT invites you to be part of a community of theater volunteers that play a vital role in putting art on our stages. Many individuals have the desire to become part of a theater and Beach Street Repertory Theatre is looking for those individuals to become part of our family of theater volunteers.
Riverfront Master Plan
WELCOME TO THE NEW BEACH STREET
The Riverfront Master Plan will provide a diversity of activities and attractions along the Intercoastal Waterway in Downtown Daytona Beach, linking them together with pedestrian promenades, bicycle paths, landscaping, sculpture, and conveniences including parking, shade, and concessionaires. The pedestrian-friendly atmosphere along Beach Street begun with the installation of its streetscape will be further enhanced by the reduction of through traffic lanes and provision of angled parking along both east and west sides of the street. This will slow traffic and narrow the crossing distance for pedestrians moving back and forth between the Riverfront Park and the downtown shops and restaurants.