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Corbin Bleu (left), Lora Lee Gayer and Bryce Pinkham in "Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn" on Broadway.
Corbin Bleu (left), Lora Lee Gayer and Bryce Pinkham in "Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn" on Broadway. (Joan Marcus)

If you missed the Broadway production of "Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn" — it opened at Studio 54 last October and closed in mid-January — or want to enjoy it again, the Hippodrome Theatre will present a taped performance of the musical on a big screen.

The screening at 7 p.m. July 7 is a co-presentation of Broadway Across America and BroadwayHD, an online theater streaming service.

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Based on the 1942 movie, "Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn" tells the tale of show biz veterans who fall in and out of love, in between turning a farm into a venue for extravagant performances timed to major holidays. The score contains a hefty assortment of Berlin songs, among them "Blue Skies," "Steppin' Out with My Baby," "Cheek to Cheek," "Easter Parade" and, of course, "White Christmas."

The Broadway cast features Bryce Pinkham, Lora Lee Gayer, Corbin Bleu and Megan Sikora, directed by Gordon Greenberg.

Tickets for the Hippodrome screening are $15 (general admission), available from the Baltimore Hippodrome eClub.

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