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Who Is Santa Claus In 'A Christmas Story Live!'

19 Décembre 2017

A Christmas Story Live! aired on Fox Sunday night.

A Christmas Story Live! trying to replicate the success of this movie is an extremely steep hill to climb.

One person suggested that the only thing that could make this show exciting is an epic flub.

Although it played on Broadway and around the country, "A Christmas Story: The Musical" is not among the stage's better-known works.

The live version, directed by Scott Ellis and Alex Rudzinski with a score by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, had a few stand-out moments.

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Shepherd's voice-over narration is integral to the film; the musical actually puts him onstage, a ghost from the future hovering over almost every scene, here in the person of Matthew Broderick, who found his own, gentler way through Shepherd's pointy prose. Actor Andy Walken, who plays Ralphie, is a dead ringer for Peter Billingsley, who played Ralphie in the movie.

Tell us, HollywoodLifers - What did YOU think of Andy's performance during the live performance of A Christmas Story Live? The whole company of kids, in fact, was energetic and on their marks, and possibly inspirational to children in the audience who may now be nursing Broadway dreams of their own. Diamantopoulos did a fine job singing and dancing through "A Major Award", Jane Krakowski, as Ralphie's teacher Miss Shields, tap-danced her way into hour hearts, and Ana Gasteyer wowed 'em with "Market for a Miracle", a show-stopper especially written for the TV event.

The film does not exactly boast a strong plot line. (It is a kind of rondo, in musical terms, returning occasionally to the theme, represented by the song "It All Comes Down to Christmas.") But the movie is a humble, compact, comfy thing; it feels like family.

I know unfair to compare two works from the same source material, but human nature makes it impossible so I figure why not just go with human nature and do a compare and contrast of these two works of a great story!

Did you watch A Christmas Story Live! on Fox?

Who Is Santa Claus In 'A Christmas Story Live!'