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Enjoy the embrace of this Christmas-time classic as the Oregon Symphony present a live-to-screen concert. A celluloid masterpiece from Frank Capra, it is the illuminating tale of beleaguered George Bailey, what happens when his earthly woes are given new life by an Angel-in-training.
First released in 1946, It's A Wonderful Life has become a festive necessity, a reminder for us all to take stock of what we have amid the chaos of the season.
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On a bridge, the desperate George Bailey contemplates his end, unable to see a way out of his problems. From her perch in the heavens, Angel Second Class Clara hears his prayers and hoping to gain her wings, comes to earth in his aid. Taking him through a timeline where he never was born, she shows George the impact of his actions on those around him and what it really takes to make a wonderful life.
Performance date: 13 December 2021
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