‘Christmas with a Twist’ tickets on sale now

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Whether you’ve been naughty or nice this holiday season, you’re invited to trim the tree and deck the halls with one of Coeur d’Alene’s greatest wintertime traditions.

Ellen Travolta returns to The Coeur d’Alene Resort this holiday season for her new production, “Christmas with a Twist: ‘Tis the Season for Family.” This year’s show, directed by Troy Nickerson, will include stories submitted by community members detailing the humor, intimacy, trials and joy of spending the wintertime holidays with family.

The 2017 show really will be a family production. Travolta will be joined by her sister, Margaret Travolta, and her daughter, Molly Allen of KZZU. The show also features cabaret singer Abbey Crawford, and surprise guests who will share stories of the holidays with music, laughter and love.

That’s not all that’s new this year. Enjoy “Christmas with a Twist” with a signature cocktail — the Honey Sage Toddy. This exclusive cocktail will be featured at all of The Resort’s restaurants this holiday season in honor of the upcoming performance.

“Christmas with a Twist” will open Nov. 24 — the same night as The Resort’s annual Holiday Light Show. Following the parade in downtown Coeur d’Alene, The Resort becomes a winter wonderland with more than a million twinkling lights decorating the hotel, grounds and boat docks with the flick of a switch. After watching the light show, head inside The Resort for a Honey Sage Toddy and “Christmas with a Twist.” The show will run through Dec. 17. Tickets are $27.50.

Purchase tickets by visiting cdaresort.com/discover/activities/holiday_show, or call 866-835-3025.

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