The great Coloratura Soprano Julie Andrews joins with tenor Placido Domingo and country singer John Denver on a Christmas musical journey of the ages. We learn a little bit about the birth place of Mozart during which Julie delights us with a beautiful, yet funny adapted Mozart piece called "A Christmas Fantasy." She trills, hits high A and A-flats like no tomorrow. After which we are entertained by the singing trio in Sondheim's A Little Night Music, followed by a Strauss adaptation in 3/4 time, a teaser of Merry Widow (Julie and Placido were meant to perform a live stage version of Merry Widow in 1990 season) and finally for this segment a beautiful duet piece composed by Placido Domingo's son "Key to my Heart." The show ends with a spectacular concert event with Julie Andrews soaring with her pristine soprano in English carols, followed by a glorious duet version of Gounod's Ave Maria. It is hard to not fall in love with this spectacular show winner of many Emmy awards and world ...