New York Times critic Val Adams was unimpressed with "Holiday," writing "along about 9:15 Saturday night, the leading lady in Max Liebman's musical production titled "Holiday' remarked to the leading man: Aren't we having a dull conversation?
One viewer hereby compliments the lady on her sound opinion. The opinion can also be expanded to embrace the whole 90 minute show over the National Broadcasting Company television network. Nothing really refreshing ever sprang up to hinder the dullness of 'Holiday'.
Music by Clay Warnick & Mel Pahl adapted from the work of Johann Strauss, lyrics by Edward Eager. Musical direction by Charles Sanford and choreography by Rod Alexander.