The complete cast is set for the national tour of Irving Berlin's White Christmas, which begins November 8 in Paducah, Kentucky.
Reprising their roles from the previous tour are Sean Montgomery as Bob Wallace, Jeremy Benton as Phil Davis, Kerry Conte as Betty Haynes, Kelly Sheehan as Judy Haynes, Conrad John Schuck as General Waverly, Tony winner Karen Ziemba as Martha Watson, Brad Frenette as Ralph Sheldrake, Aaron Galligan-Stierle as Mike Nulty, and Cliff Bemis as Ezekiel Foster. Emma Grace Berardelli and Kyla Carter are new to the cast in the role of Susan Waverly.
Rounding out the company of returning cast members are Kelly Black, Stephanie Brooks, Darien Crago, Laurie DiFilippo, Sarah Fagan, Drew Humphrey, Brianna Latrash, Ann-Ngaire Martin, Danny McHugh, Chris McNiff, Sean Quinn, and Chelsea Williams. Additional new cast members include Drew King, Daniel Plimpton, Karilyn Ashley Surratt, and Richard Riaz Yoder.
Directed and choreographed by Randy Skinner, the limited tour will also play engagements in Chattanooga, Tennessee; Nashville, Tennessee; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Atlanta, Georgia; Denver, Colorado; Orlando, Florida; and Miami, Florida.
Based on the classic film of the same name, the musical has a score full of Irving Berlin classics and a book by David Ives and Paul Blake. The production tells the story of two showbiz buddies putting on a show in a Vermont inn, and finding their perfect mates in the bargain.
The creative team also includes set designer Anna Louizos with set adaptation by Kenneth Foy, lighting designer Ken Billington, costume designer Carrie Robinson, sound designer Keith Caggiano, orchestrator Larry Blank, vocal and dance arranger Bruce Pomahac, music director Michael Horsley, and associate director and choreographer Mary Giattino. Casting is by Binder Casting/Jay Binder, CSA.
The original Broadway production was directed by Walter Bobbie and choreographed by Skinner.
Irving Berlin's White Christmas is produced by Work Light Productions.
Visit IrvingBerlinsWhiteChristmas.com for more information.