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Holiday Inn: Come In, Stay A While

You might be confused to hear the words "new musical next to Irving Berlin's name, but that's what Holiday Inn boasts. This isn't your expected, routine revival. The show, co-written and directed by Gordon Greenberg, reimagines the classic movie for the stage. Jim Hardy (Bryce Pinkham) and Ted Hanover (Corbin Bleu) see their friendship and professional song-and-dance partnership suffer when Hardy decides he's had enough and wants to leave Broadway for a rural farm in Connecticut.
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