Watch J. Harrison Ghee, Christian Borle, More Preview SOME LIKE IT HOT

10 Seconds to Plot

J. Harrison Ghee

Dan Meyer
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November 1, 2022 10:00 AM

Mobsters, intrigue, love, identity, and so much more. That’s what awaits audiences going to see the the premiere of Some Like It Hot, beginning November 1 on Broadway at the Shubert Theatre.

Ahead of the show’s start of previews, Theatrely played another round of 10 Seconds to Plot with the cast to find out more about the musical comedy caper. Check out Christian Borle, J. Harrison Ghee, Adrianna Hicks, and more below. 

In addition to Borle as Joe, Ghee as Jerry, and Hicks as Sugar, Some Like It Hot stars Kevin Del Aguila as Osgood, NaTasha Yvette Williams as Sweet Sue, Adam Heller as Mulligan, and Mark Lotito as Spats.

The ensemble includes several notable Broadway alums, including Angie Schworer, DeMarius Copes, and Brendon Stimson, along with Tia Altinay, TyNia René Brandon, Ian Campayno, Casey Garvin, Devon Hadsell, Ashley Elizabeth Hale, Jenny Hill, K.J. Hippensteel, Abby Matsusaka, Jarvis B. Manning Jr., Brian Thomas Martin, Amber Owens, Kayla Pecchioni, Richard Riaz Yoder, Charles South, Raena White, and Julius Williams.

Based on the MGM Oscar-winning eponymous film, Some Like It Hot features a book by Matthew López and Amber Ruffin. Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman wrote the score, with direction and choreography by Casey Nicholaw.

The production features sets by Scott Pask, costumes by Gregg Barnes, lighting by Natasha Katz, sound by Brian Ronan, hair and wigs by Josh Marquette, make-up by Milagros Medina-Cerdiera, hair and skin consulting by Cheryl Thomas, casting by Telsey & Co, and additional material by Christian Borle and Joe Farrell.

On the music team, orchestrations are by Charlie Rosen and Bryan Carter, with dance and incidental music arrangements by Glen Kelly. Mary-Mitchell Campbell is music supervisor, Darryl Archibald is music director, and Kristy Norter is music coordinator.

Some Like It Hot opens December 11. For more information and tickets, click here.

(Video production by Brandon Schwartz)

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Dan Meyer

After 4 years in the biz, Dan swapped out theatre for sports and is now a researcher at NBC Olympics. Spectacle remains a key passion and is dedicated to building bridges between different forms of entertainment. He has worked as a writer and editor at Theatrely and Playbill, covering Broadway and beyond. In addition, he has been published in Rolling Stone, Spy, and others.