Pamela Myers, Conrad John Schuck, James Clow and Trista Moldovan Will Tour in White Christmas

News   Pamela Myers, Conrad John Schuck, James Clow and Trista Moldovan Will Tour in White Christmas
The holiday tour of Irving Berlin's White Christmas, which launches this November in Peoria, IL, will feature stage veterans Pamela Myers and Conrad John Schuck, as well as James Clow and Trista Moldovan.

James Clow
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Tony Award nominee Randy Skinner, who choreographed the 2008 Broadway premiere of White Christmas, returns to direct and choreograph the national tour of the musical that features music and lyrics by Berlin with a book by David Ives and Paul Blake. The original Broadway production was directed by Walter Bobbie.

The score includes classics such as "Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep," "Happy Holiday," "Sisters," "Blue Skies" and the title song, among others.

Clow, who starred as Bob Wallace in White Christmas on Broadway, reprises his performance alongside Jeremy Benton as Phil Davis, Moldovan as Betty Haynes and Kaitlyn Davidson as "Judy Haynes."

Also featured are Myers as Martha Watson, Schuck as General Waverly, Ryan Reilly as Ralph Sheldrake, Danny Gardner as Mike Nulty, Cliff Bemis as Ezekiel Foster, and Elizabeth Crawford and Ava DellaPietra as Susan Waverly.

The cast is completed by Maddy Apple, Craig Blake, Maria Rose Briggs, Laurie DiFilippo, Joe Grandy, Drew Humphrey, Guy Mannick, Ann-Ngaire Martin, Amanda Phillips, Kristyn Pope, Jake Primmerman, Sean Quinn, Rachel Rhodes-Devey, Katie Rooney, Natasha Scearse, Daniel J. Self, Kelly Sheehan and Kelly Skidmore.

The production has set design by Anna Louizos, set adaptation by Kenneth Foy, costumes by Carrie Robbins, lighting design by Ken Billington, sound design by Keith Caggiano, orchestrations by Larry Blank, vocal and additional arrangements by Bruce Pomahac, music direction by Michael Horsley and casting by Jay Binder C.S.A/Jason Styres. 

The tour will be traveling to Peoria, Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Boston and New Haven. For details visit

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