A Virtual Concert of Strength and Perseverance
Featuring a large cast of over 70 performers, Home for the Holidays: Stronger Together includes songs from a wide variety of musicals and pop artists that exemplify inner strength and perseverance. After a year of incredible tests and trials, we celebrate our individual and collective triumphs, no matter how small. Theatre is a powerful outlet for so many and if this time apart has taught us nothing else, we have learned that our love for music and passion for the arts will always be there for us in our time of need.
Directed by Lindsay Maron with musical direction/production by Geoffrey Ko
Christopher Abt, Emma Ballinger, Ally Barton, Karum Bhawnani, Madeline Bobish, Paige Bojanowski,
Cody Braverman, Jayson Cahillane, Natalie Chan, Aiden Cistrelli, Daniela Colella, Zoë Collins-Murphy,
Caitlyn Costello, Robbie Crandall, Teddy Cummings, Marianna Daley, Molly Eriksen, Jessica Feit,
Mackenna Fischer, Elizabeth Ford, Sylvie Friedman, Sophie Maya Glenn, Jake Gluckman, Jordyn Gulliford,
Quincy Hampton, Cecelia Hirawat, Ashley Hoberman, Vienna Holmes, Eve Johnson, Halle Just,
Benjamin Karras, Morgan Kelleher, Isabelle Latorre, Dylan Levison, Lena Marano, Alex Maron, Lindsay Maron,
Carly Mazer, Julia McComiskey, Christopher McCrewell, Kathryn McManus, Kate McManus,
Rachel Mendoza, Rachel Perl, Erin Peters, Peter Piccini, Kayleigh Pitts, Leah Platt, Mitchell Pressel,
Katherine Purdy, Jacquelyn Reig, Taryn Ribaudo, Marissa Rowley, Olivia Ruhnke, Katherine Ryan,
Sami Schneider, Avelyn Simons, Arielle Solomon, Hannah Solomon, Fiona Stanio, Holly Stefanik, Sam Sz, Dylan Tanzer, Emma Tanzer, Emersyn Teicher, Mia Ulrich, Gabrielle Vecciarelli, Nicole Verga, Vincent Wilson,
Lyra Winton, Crystal Wright, Emily Wyrwa, Dani Yannuzzi, Lily Yezdanian
With a special performance by Broadway’s Zachary Noah Piser (Dear Evan Hansen, Wicked) and Adam Rothenberg (Company, Miss Saigon)
Premiering Sunday, December 20 at 7:30pm
You can stream Home for the Holidays: Stronger Together from the comfort of your own home! Patrons can purchase tickets through ShowTix4U that will allow you to stream Home for the Holidays: Stronger Together On Demand beginning on Sunday, December 20 at 7:30pm. The video will be available to rent through December 31!
Available December 20-31
On Demand for 48 hours once you press play!
Do I need to watch at a specific time?
The video will be available to watch any time after 7:30pm on December 20 all the way through the end of the year. Once you press play, you will have 48 hours to complete your viewing experience.
How do patrons access the stream?
A patron can access a stream by using the following steps:
Purchase a stream ticket on ShowTix4U and download the tickets at the end of the purchase process. An email with a link to your tickets will also be sent. BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER IF NO EMAIL CAN BE LOCATED.
Starting on PAGE 2 of the ticket packet, you will find your stream instructions as well as ACCESS CODE. The instructions read as follows:
"You can access the Live Stream/Video using any of these options
1.) Point your mobile camera at the QR code on the ticket and click on the notifications that appears.
2.) Open this PDF in a PDF application and click the word "HERE."
3.) Go to and enter your access code.
What devices can I watch the stream on?
Pretty much any device that can play video! You can Airplay or Cast the stream to a television using the following instructions:
What is the difference between an individual ticket and a family ticket?
You only need to purchase one ticket per device. That said, if you have more than one viewer watching on a single device, we encourage you to choose the family ticket. If you have a large group watching together on one ticket/access code, you are welcome to donate the cost of a ticket to our scholarship fund (link below).
Our priority has always been to be as accessible and inclusive as possible and in these trying times, this mission has only grown stronger. Our scholarship fund allows us to offer opportunities to young performers who may otherwise not have access to the arts.