The Christmas Revels are a changing group of musical performers who put on seasonal stage performances in a number of American cities. The performances involve singing, dancing, recitals, theatrics (usually as brief skits, often humorous), and usually some audience participation, all appropriate to the season. Performers are usually local, often non-professional, and frequently young.
The initial performance of the Christmas Revels was organized by John Langstaff and took place at Town Hall in New York, NY in 1957.
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