Cherokee Drama Welcomes Holiday Season With Irving Berlin’s White Christmas

Cherokee opened the holiday season in grand fashion the weekend after Thanksgiving with the first two showings of its annual fall show. This year’s performance was of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, which tells the story of two former army mates searching for love and happiness while trying to put on a show for their old commander during the holidays a decade after the close of World War II.

The cast, led by seniors Jake Liguori, Hannah Chiappine, and Brandon Ashe, and junior Casey Curcio, put on a spectacular performance that had the audience rocking and set the mood for the rest of Cherokee’s holiday season.

Two more showings will be held on December 1st and December 2nd, all beginning at 7 pm. Tickets are available in person and online at to the entire community for $10 each.