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BWW Previews: Rehearsals Begin for SINGIN' IN THE RAIN at Winslow Homer Center For The Arts

We gotta dance! The Oak Hill Players are back at it again in their 2017-18 season with SINGIN' IN THE RAIN! After a record breaking run of GREASE, the Oak Hill Players putting on their raincoats and grabbing their umbrellas as they prepare this new show for the public.

Rehearsals began in the early weeks of September, and have been running smoothly. The cast is beginning to gel and everyone is excited to see the show come together.

Stay tuned for cast interviews, backstage tours and many other exciting updates!

SINGIN' IN THE RAIN will be led by Junior Liam Corcoran and Senior Bella Ingream as Don Lockwood and Kathy Seldon, respectively. Supporting them will be Claire Merrill as the infamous Lina Lamont and Samuel Laro as CosMo Brown.

The Fall Show will also feature Thomas Vachon as R.F. Simpson, Abraham Jordan as Roscoe Dexter, Reagan Oliver as Zelda Zanders and Taylor Banks as Dora Bailey.

Ensemble members include Connor Beaney, Henry Yoder, Max Bennett, Brendan McKelvy, Cylas Hall, Daniel Volan, Benjamin Rico, Trey Wright, Annie Lee, Elizabeth Albahary, Ashton Record, Sasha Borodkina, Carly Randall, Nikki Walter, Jackie Caruso, Charlotte Pratt, Cameron Jury, Caroline Granata, Lydia Dehler, Tori Lambert, Anna Saraceno, Amanda Ertman, Andrew Norsworthy, Eliana Goodman, Phineas Nutting, Alicia Fournier, Maya Edgerly, Katie Fitzgibbons, Madeline Shields, Alison Kueck, Elizabeth Caruso, Tabetha Cummings, Melody Mowry, Cora Stewart, Amy Viola, Chris Nelson, Amy Topchick, Eliza Macleod and Harrison Fream,

SINGIN' IN THE RAIN will be under the direction of Jonathan Miele, who will also be choreographing. Musical Direction will be provided by Donna Emma.

SINGIN' IN THE RAIN will play at the Winslow Homer Center for the Arts starting on November 2nd through the 12th with shows on both Thursdays at 7 PM, Fridays at 7 PM, Saturdays at 2 PM and 7 PM, and Sundays at 2 PM.

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