The Fox network is removing in a Christmas suggestion with a proclamation Friday of “A Christmas Story,” a live TV low-pitched scheduled for December.
The three-hour special is desirous by a film “A Christmas Story” and a Tony Award-nominated Broadway show, “A Christmas Story: The Musical.”
Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, new Tony Award nominees for a low-pitched “Dear Evan Hansen,” and lyricists of “La La Land’s” Oscar-winning song, “City of Stars,” also scored “A Christmas Story: The Musical.” They will harmonise new songs for a radio version.
The film “A Christmas Story” was expelled in 1983, formed on Jean Shepherd’s semiautobiographical story of 9-year-old Ralphie Parker’s unfortunate try to land an atmosphere purloin as a Christmas gift, notwithstanding warnings from everybody that he’ll fire his eye out.
It has given turn a holiday classic. Two sequels followed. The strange Broadway prolongation of “A Christmas Story: The Musical” non-stop on Broadway in 2012. It was nominated for 3 Tony Awards, including best musical, best book and best strange score.