A Look at Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn at Paper Mill Playhouse

Photos   A Look at Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn at Paper Mill Playhouse
 
The musical, Gordon Greenberg with choreography by Denis Jones, began performances in New Jersey November 21.
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Nicholas Rodriguez and cast Jerry Dalia

The Paper Mill Playhouse production of Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn began performances November 21 and continues through December 30 at the New Jersey venue.

Flip through photos of the production below:

Directed by Gordon Greenberg with choreography by Denis Jones (who earned a Tony nomination for his work on the 2016 Broadway staging) and music direction by Shawn Gough (Annie, Paper Mill), the production features Paige Faure (Honeymoon in Vegas, Paper Mill) as Lila Dixon, Jordon Gelber (Avenue Q) as Danny, Ann Harada (Avenue Q) as Louise, Jeff Kready (Thoroughly Modern Millie, Paper Mill) as Ted Hanover, Hayley Podschun (Peter Pan, Paper Mill) as Linda Mason, and Nicholas Rodriguez (Tarzan) as Jim Hardy, with Jian Harrell and Aidan Alberto alternating in the role of Charlie Winslow.

They are joined by Jordan Beall, Gene Biscontini, Colin Bradbury, Tricia DeSario, Taylor Fields, Kelly Gleason, Juliane Godfrey, Berklea Going, Joshua Israel, Julie Kavanagh, Mallory Nolting, Clifton Samuels, JT Teeling, Karl Skylar Urban, Amy Van Norstrand, Scarlett Walker, Travis Ward-Osborne, and John T. Wolfe.

The production will also features set design by Anna Louizos, costume design by Alejo Vietti, lighting design by Jeff Croiter, sound design by Matt Kraus, and hair and wig design by Charles G. Lapointe. The production stage manager is Victoria Navarro. Casting is by Telsey + Company, Laura Wade, CSA.

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