Broadway Studded Cast Will Check In to Goodspeed's Holiday Inn Sept. 19
09 Aug 2014
Goodspeed Musicals has announced a Broadway veteran cast for its brand new, world premiere musical, based on the Academy Award-winning film, Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn - including Noah Racey and Corey Mach - beginning performances Sept. 19.
Here's how Goodspeed bills the musical, "Happy holidays! Check into the tuneful world-premiere musical about a Connecticut farmhouse transformed into a jubilant nightspot — but only on holidays. From Valentine's Day to the Fourth of July, Thanksgiving to Christmas, expect a cornucopia of hit songs by Irving Berlin in a dance-dizzy romance based on the classic film that first starred Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby. Raise a glass of cheer to 'Happy Holiday,' 'Easter Parade,' 'Be Careful, It's My Heart' and more of the world's greatest show tunes."
The ensemble includes Alissa Alter, Abby Church (How to Succeed… and Irving Berlin’s White Christmas), Darien Crago, Caley Crawford, Jeremiah Ginn, Juliane Godfrey, Laura Harrison, Bryan Thomas Hunt, Charles MacEachern, Karl Skyler Urban, John T. Wolfe, Sarah Fagan, Darrell T. Joe, and Spencer Stanley.
The design team includes Anna Louizos as scenic designer, Alejo Vietti as costume designer, Tony-winner Jeff Croiter as lighting designer and Jay Hilton as sound designer.
Holiday Inn is produced in association with Universal Stage Productions and by arrangement with The Irving Berlin Music Company. It is produced for Goodspeed Musicals by Michael P. Price.
Tickets begin at $27 and to purchase and for more information visit goodspeed.org.
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