The Milburn Stone Theatre Splashes into October with SINGIN' IN THE RAIN

The Milburn Stone Theatre Splashes into October with SINGIN' IN THE RAIN

The Milburn Stone Theatre presents the award-winning stage adaptaion of one of the greatest musical comedies of all time-Singin' in the Rain.

Set in the waning days of the silent film era, screen star Don Lockwood realizes the future of the film industry lies in talkies-only to find that his leading lady has a speaking voice better suited for silence. Written by comedy legends-and original film screenwriters-Betty Comden and Adolf Green, and featuring the beloved songs by Nacio Herb Brown & Arthur Freed, the stage version of Singin' in the Rain includes all of the classic song and dance numbers from the film-complete with an onstage rainstorm! Chock full of tap-dancing, Tinseltown glitz, witty dialogue, and hilarious situations, Singin' in the Rain will have Mid Atlantic audiences laughing at the clouds, ready for love, and leaving the theater with a smile on their face. Singin' in the Rain runs for six performances only, Friday through Sunday, beginning October 13, 2017. Tickets (ranging from $10 -$20) are available by calling (410) 287-1037 or by visiting online at www.milburnstone.org.

The principal cast of Singin' in the Rain includes Alex VanderLek (Don Lockwood), Krysta Stefanosky (Kathy Selden), Dan Sanchez (CosMo Brown), Tara Edwards (Lina Lamont), Bob Gatchel (RF Simpson), and Michael DeFlorio (Roscoe Dexter). Rounding out the ensemble cast are Allison Graham, Edward Emmi, Eileen Law Stewart, Bill Campbell, Dale Fleetwood, Abbey Leigh Ketterling, Erik Copper, Brittany Clark, Cara Tortorice, Sondra McKeever, Quentin Fleetwood, Wanda Scott, Natalie Bordley, Emily Brown, Meghan Fannin, Devon Johnson, Destani Cullari, Pamela Etu, Paige Williams and Julie Gillooly

The creative team for Singing in the Rain includes director Andrew John Mitchell, choreographer Tracy McCoy Soper and Natalie Bordley, musical director Mandy Milne, scenic designer, Brandon T. Gorin, lighting designer, Patrick Yarrington, costumes by Cara Tortorice, with sound design by Matthew Coyle.

Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for students and seniors, $10 for children 12 and under and may be purchased by phone at 410-287-1037, online at milburnstone.org, or in person at the Fox Theatre Box Office located at 1 Seahawk Drive, North East, MD 21901. The box office is open Monday through Friday, 10AM-7PM, On performance days, the box office is open 60 minutes prior to the start of each show.


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