Get Into the Full-Out Christmas Spirit with the Stars of Off-Broadway's Plaid Tidings

December 18th, 2015 by

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The Heavenly Plaids (the fictional 1950s singing group that starred in the iconic off-Broadway musical Forever Plaid) are back in a brand new holiday show Plaid Tidings, and it's a sure-fire way to get you Christmas-ready.


Below, BroadwayBox chats with the four stars about what makes the holiday season special for them.

Bradley Beahen

Bradley Beahen- Plaid Tidings- Interview- Actor

My desert island album from the 1950s:
Billie Holiday: Lady Sings the Blues

The ultimate holiday film is:
Rudolph

A holiday tradition that's special to me:
Playing music with my siblings Christmas Eve around my parent’s piano.

All-time favorite Christmas song:
“Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas”

This year, all I want for Christmas is:
A Casper mattress and a cello.

Naughty or Nice list:
Always Nice .

Ciaran McCarthy

Ciaran McCarthy- Plaid Tidings- Interview- Actor

My desert island album from the 1950s:
(Song, not an album) Bobby Darin—“Beyond the Sea”

The ultimate holiday film is:
Elf

A holiday tradition that's special to me:
Opening presents on Christmas morning with my entire family!

All-time favorite Christmas song:
“O Holy Night”

This year, all I want for Christmas is:
My girlfriend Ruby back in NYC!

Naughty or Nice list:
Nice.

Jose Luaces

Jose Luaces- Plaid Tidings- Interview- Actor

My desert island album from the 1950s:
Anything Harry Belafonte.

The ultimate holiday film is:
Nightmare Before Christmas

A holiday tradition that's special to me:
Roasting a pig outside on Christmas Eve. (Noche Buena)

All-time favorite Christmas song:
“O Holy Night”—Mariah Carey

This year, all I want for Christmas is:
Open minds and world peace, for real though.

Naughty or Nice list:
That's between me and Santa!

John-Michael Zuerlein

John-Michael Zuerlein- Plaid Tidings- Actor- interview

My desert island album from the 1950s:
Anything by Ella Fitzgerald.

The ultimate holiday film is:
Elf

A holiday tradition that's special to me:
Making and sending my own paper Christmas cards.

All-time favorite Christmas song:
Andy Williams singing Kaye Thompson's "Jingle Bells".

This year, all I want for Christmas is:
A day off.

Naughty or Nice list:
These aren't mutually exclusive to me.

You only have until December 27 to ring in the holidays with the fellas of 'Plaid Tidings' at the York Theatre Company.