In no particular order,
our 2 On The Aisle Broadway Christmas Representatives:
The lovely Judy Garland
with "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas"
from Meet Me In St. Louis.
"Sisters", of course...the female version,
from White Christmas.
Vera didn't sing this one
(or any in that movie, btw).
Rosemary had to do both parts,
which makes me wonder if she was paid double.
the sequel to Forever Plaid.
Hey, everyone should make a Christmas album, right?
David Humphrey, David Engle, Jeff Scott Parsons and Stan Chandler.
(Stan and David E. were members of the original Plaids.)
Two great shots of Pearl,
below with drummer Louie Bellson,
to whom she was married for 38 years.
By the look of that coat,
Pearl got more than a "Five Pound Box Of Money."
The one, the only, "Turkey Lurkey Time."
From the left...Baayork Lee, Donna McKechnie
(both Baayork and Donna danced together
in A Chorus Line just 8 years later)
and the lady on the right, Margo Sappington,
from the original Promises, Promises.
Tom "Duke" Wopat,
and "The Last Night Of The Year."
He's gone jazz (oh, and some Broadway),
my friends. :)