cheek to cheek:
irving berlin in hollywood
November 24, 2021 - January 2, 2022
presented in association with riki kane larimer
music & lyrics
david hancock turner
conceived, choreographed, and directed by
Previews begin November 24th.
Opening Night: December 2, 2021
CHEEK TO CHEEK: IRVING BERLIN IN HOLLYWOOD is an all-singing, all-dancing celebration of the most famous songs that Irving Berlin composed for the silver screen. Mr. Berlin understood the impact dance had on the public and his melodies, rhythms, and lyrics reflected his love of that art form. Six spectacular performers will perform these magnificent songs and will also tell the stories behind the man who made the music that made the movies dance.
Four-time Tony nominee Randy Skinner (42nd Street, Dames at Sea, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, and Ain’t Broadway Grand) directs and choreographs an evening featuring an array of classic Berlin tunes from such classic films as Top Hat, Alexander’s Ragtime Band, Holiday Inn, Easter Parade, White Christmas, and many more!
Featuring Phillip Attmore (Shuffle Along, Hello, Dolly!), Jeremy Benton (42nd Street, Cagney at The York), Victoria Byrd (Peter Pan, A Chorus Line, Chicago), Kaitlyn Davidson (Cinderella, Bright Star), Joseph Medeiros (Wicked, Yank! at The York).
The Company is currently producing at The Theatre at St. Jean’s (150 East 76th Street & Lexington Avenue) due to a January 2021 flood from a city water main break that destroyed their home of 30 years at Saint Peter’s Church.
Run time: Approximately 80 minutes
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Enjoy this 'cheeky peek' into cheek to cheek:
(Shuffle Along, Hello, Dolly!)
(42nd Street, Cagney at The York)
(Peter Pan, A Chorus Line, Chicago)
(Cinderella, Bright Star)
(Wicked, Yank! at The York)
(Fiddler on the Roof, "So You Think You Can Dance")
Cheek to Cheek: Irving Berlin in Hollywood is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.