Philip Paul Kelly Set To Reprise Role Of Mr. Greenway In "Elf The Musical"

Philip Paul Kelly
Philip Paul Kelly
NEW YORK - Nov. 29, 2022 - PRLog -- Philip Paul Kelly (1776, Ragtime On Ellis Island, Titanic) will reprise his role as Mr. Greenway in Ogunquit Playhouse's production of "Elf the Musical," which starts previews tomorrow night at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.  Mr. Kelly appeared in the 2018 production along with stars Steven Booth and Diana Huey, who return to the production helmed by Broadway director/choreographer Connor Gallagher.

Mr. Kelly recently appeared in the elevated staged reading "Rockquiem For A Wrestler" at New York City's Triad Theater. The show about a champion wrestler featuring the music of Eddie Star (Eddie Star & The Zero Effect, JoyBox) and composer Paul Castrataro (Picture of Dorian Gray, Fags & Cellphones) was written, produced, and directed by Mr. Kelly.  Ton-Up Records released the single "Savior" by Mr. Kelly earlier this year and the Original Cast Album this past October, now available on Compact Disc and music streaming services.  A music video for "Savior" will soon be released, and Mr. Kelly is currently developing "Rockquiem For A Wrestler" for the screen.

Mr. Kelly has appeared in the national tour productions of the Broadway shows "Titanic" and "Camelot."  He has performed in numerous regional productions including, "1776," "A Christmas Carol," "The Full Monty," "Jekyll & Hyde," "Peter Pan," "Beauty and the Beast," and "La Cage Aux Folles." His other notable appearances include the workshop and concert of "Ragtime on Ellis Island" as Admiral Peary with Brian Stokes Mitchell, Georgia Engel, Brandon Victor Dixon, Michael Park, and Laura Michelle Kelly.

"Elf the Musical" will preview on November 30 - December 1, 2022.  Opening night is December 2, 2022, and the show will run through December 18, 2022.  Tickets are available at

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