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Hillbarn Theatre. “White Christmas.” Through Dec. 21. By Irving Berlin. Directed by Virginia Musante. Music direction by Tracy Chiappone. Featuring Jim Ambler as Phil Davis and Pierce Peter Brandt as Bob Wallace, and Ken Brill, Alyson Chilton, Janice Engelgau, Amanda Farbstein, Bob Fitzgerald, Jackson Foster, Paul Guyer, Dylan Harris, Greg Lynch, Emily Mannion, Claudia McCarley, Michelle McComb, Ron Munekawa, Noelani Neal, Alexandra Nemchik, Jon Nowakowski, Melissa O’Keefe and Devin Smith. Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City. $23-$42. 650-349-6411, ext. 2, or www.hillbarntheatre.org.
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