Entertainment Dish: Two great Christmas shows for $25 in Denver

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Irving Berlin's classic "White Christmas  opens at the Denver Center this Friday, and runs through Christmas eve.  

According to Parente, it’s a brilliant show with all the songs you know. And yes, they'll make it snow inside and on the audience. Tickets start at just $25, and you can head to DenverCenter.org to snag your seats.

But that's not the only Christmas show that's hitting the stages in Denver this week. A classic in its original silver screen version, a radio play of "Wonderful Life" will open Friday night at the Sherman Street Events Complex in Denver.

The movie is a classic, but now, it's on stage and in denver.

Seven actors will play all 30 roles in the story and will be costumed in 1940s attire. Tickets are also $25, and you can head to GoodnessGracious.org to book those tickets in advance.

Also in this edition of the Entertainment Dish, the best snowsuit ever, "Santa Paws 2" gets set to premiere, Heckendort will be in concert in Denver, Barbara Walter's most fascinating people and a great new NFL commercial (featuring always-unique Parente's take on it).

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