Bryce Pinkham, Lora Lee Gayer, Megan Lawrence & Corbin Bleu Will Lead HOLIDAY INN on Broadway!

Buy Tickets ‘ Cast Photos Videos Articles Roundabout Theatre Company, in association with Universal Stage Productions 1 , has announced that the first-ever Broadway production of Holiday Inn 2 , THE NEW IRVING BERLIN MUSICAL will star Tony Award nominee Bryce Pinkham 3 (A Gentleman’s Guide…, The Heidi Chronicles) as “Jim,” Lora Lee 4 Gayer (Doctor Zhivago, Follies) as “Linda,” Tony Award nominee Megan Lawrence 5 (The Pajama Game, Hair) as “Louise,” Megan Sikora 6 (The Nance, How to Succeed…) as ” Lila Dixon 7 ,” with Corbin Bleu 8 (In the Heights, Godspell) as “Ted” and Tony Award nominee Lee Wilkof 9 (Kiss Me, Kate, Breakfast at Tiffany’s) as “Danny.” With music and lyrics by Irving Berlin 10 , Gordon Greenberg 11 and Chad Hodge 12 ‘s new book is inspired by the Academy Award-winning film, Holiday Inn 13 .

Andrew and ‘a £4 million kickback’: Duke brokered £385m deal for Greek firm and corrupt regime while acting as …

Prince Andrew acted as a fixer for a foreign consortium in corrupt Kazakhstan, leaked emails reveal.

The Queen’s son was allegedly in line for 4million in commission from a murky deal in the oil-rich country while also working as a special trade envoy for Britain.

British tourist drowns after falling into the sea while on a tour boat with his girlfriend in the Caribbean

Police say Jason Jones fell overboard during a boat trip in the Caribbean The 28-year-old was holidaying in St Lucia with his girlfriend at the time His body was discovered on a beach yesterday, a day after he drowned | 7 View comments A British tourist has drowned after falling overboard during a boat trip while on holiday in the Caribbean with his girlfriend.

The body of Jason Jones, 28, was recovered from a beach in southeast St Lucia early yesterday morning.

The Latest: 2 UK planes leave Cyprus for Egyptian resort

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt (AP) The latest on the crash of a Russian plane in Egypt that killed all 224 people onboard. (All times local.) 9:30 p.m.

An official says two of 11 British airliners that were standing by at Cyprus’ two airports for the go-ahead to fly British tourists home from Sharm el-Sheikh have departed for the Egyptian Red Sea resort.