The cast features James Moye (Buddy), Kate Fahrner (Jovie), Paul C. Vogt (Santa), Heidi Blickenstaff (Emily Hobbs), Robert Cuccioli (Walter Hobbs), Jake Faragalli (Michael), Cleve Asbury (Mr. Greenway), Jessica Sheridan (Deb) and DeMone (Macy’s Manager).
The ensemble comprises Sydney Brenton, Stephanie Cain, Alicia Charles, Brittany Conigatti, Michael Di Liberto, Madge Dietrich, Michael Fatica, Michael Coale Grey, Anna McCarthy, Gillian Munsayac, Patrick O’Neill, Heather Parcells, Jody Reynard, Chris Richards, Justin Schuman, Sam Seferian and Laura Smith.
Elf is described as a "fantastical holiday musical for the entire family! This is the hilarious and joyous tale of Buddy, an orphan who is mistakenly transported to the North Pole and raised by Santa's elves. Now, as a grownup, he embarks on a journey to discover his true identity. It's a holiday treat for the entire family." The creative team also includes music director Dominick Amendum, scenic designer Matthew Smucker, scenic coordinator Kelly James Tighe, costume designer David C. Woolard, costume coordinator Irma Brainard, lighting designer Charlie Morrison, sound designer Randy Hansen, hair and wig designer Leah Loukas, casting director Telsey + Company and production stage manager Gary Mickelson.
Tickets may be purchased by calling (973) 376-4343, at the Paper Mill Playhouse Box Office at 22 Brookside Drive in Millburn, or online at PaperMill.org.
Paper Mill Playhouse will once again be a collection point for this year’s Jersey Cares Coat Drive. The theatre will be collecting gently used winter coats through the run of Elf. Paper Mill will also be a collection center for new, unwrapped toys to help underserved communities throughout the state. Collection of coats and toys will take place in the lobby.
Paper Mill Playhouse will offer audio-described performances (Dec. 20 and 21 at 1:30 PM), sign-interpreted and open-captioned performance (Dec. 21 at 7 PM) and a special autism-friendly performance (Dec. 23 at 1:30 PM).