Don’t Miss the Magic of ‘Donny and Marie: Christmas at the National’

08 Donny & Marie Christmas at the National - Marie with Santas

The calendar pages have turned and it is time to get into the holiday mood! It’s the first week of December, the possibility of snow is ever looming, and the Capital Christmas tree was just illuminated. There has never been a more perfect time to experience a good, old fashioned Christmas special in Washington!

Voted the #1 show in Las Vegas the last three years by Las Vegas Review Journal, Donny and Marie Osmond have come to DC, bringing the Christmas spirit and a show you don’t want to miss with their show Donny & Marie: Christmas at the National! The multi-talented sibling duo bring the magic the holidays to the National Theatre for 5 days only, December 2-7.

11 Donny & Marie Christmas at the National - Snow Scene

With to-die-for flashy and warm fuzzy costumes from Marie and the dancers, Donny’s dance moves, and hilarious banter from the brother and sister team, Donny & Marie: Christmas at the National is an interactive show that is fun for the whole family. Sing along to traditional Christmas songs, and reflect on the careers of two extraordinary stars with some of their own classics that you know and love.

The show provides flashbacks into the long and still running careers of Donny and Marie Osmond, giving some young folks a real look into the legends they are. Never seen an Osmond Family Christmas special? Join the Osmonds and celebrate this holiday season with Donny and Marie for this very special Christmas event before it leaves the nation’s capital.

09 Donny & Marie Christmas at the National - Marie with Singers

05 Donny & Marie Christmas at the National - Donny with Singers

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