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Experience all the glitz and glamour of Hollywood’s golden age: It’s 1927, and Don Lockwood and Lina LaMont are the toast of the town until “talkies” come on the scene. Furthermore, Don’s romance with the lovely and talented Kathy Selden only complicates things further. The result? Big romance, big song and dance numbers, and a big, splashy Hollywood ending - and it really rains on stage! What a glorious feeling, indeed!
This audience favorite returns to Reagle by popular demand, featuring all the classic songs from the 1952 film, including...
* “Good Morning”
* “Make ‘Em Laugh”
* “Moses Supposes”
* "Fit As A Fiddle"
* "Singin' in the Rain"
ROBERT J. EAGLE (Producing Artistic Director) founded the Reagle Music Theatre in 1969, thus beginning a tradition of theatrical excellence that has attracted thousands to Waltham for summer shows, celebrity concerts, original musical revues, and children’s musical theatre camps. Reporter Jared Bowen’s research uncovered several colleges and professional theaters with similar relationships, but no others at the K-12 level. The Waltham West Suburban Chamber of Commerce honored Bob with its Community Achievement Award, and the Waltham City Council has recognized Bob and the Reagle Music Theatre “for contributing significantly to the cultural, social, educational, and business aspects of Waltham and the West Suburban Region.” He received a special 2004 IRNE Award for Sustained Excellence.
KIRBY WARD (Director, Co-Choreographer, Film Sequence Director) has performed for The Queen of England, two presidents, and three first ladies. He received an Olivier Award nomination for his star turn in the London premier of Crazy For You, and he has been seen on Broadway in Woman of the Year, Show Boat, and Never Gonna Dance. He most recently directed and choreographed the Ogunquit Playhouse production of Thoroughly Modern Millie. At Reagle, Mr. Ward received IRNE Awards for his work on Crazy For You (Best Director, Best Actor), Singin’ in the Rain (Best Director), and My One and Only (Best Actor). He has also appeared in concert with nearly every symphony in the country, from the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra to the Philly Pops with Peter Nero. Mr. Ward has written for television and film, most recently winning Best Short Film at the Kent Film Festival for his original film, Down in the Mouth. His new musical, Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime, will be presented at the Village Theatre in Issaquah, WA this month. www.kirbyward.com
EILEEN GRACE (Choreographer) is thrilled to return to RMT! She has served as Director of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular touring productions for nine years. Other directing and choreography credits: On Your Toes, Guys and Dolls, My One and Only (IRNEs – Best Director and Choreographer), The Will Rogers Follies (IRNE), Crazy For You (IRNE), Cabaret, Anything Goes, 42nd Street, Annie Get Your Gun, Fiddler on the Roof, Beauty and the Beast, No, No, Nanette, the World Cup Opening Ceremonies, and many industrials. She also staged the Rockette appearances on Jay Leno, Donnie and Marie, Oprah, the Columbus Day Parade, and Today Show. She currently serves as director for the annual Bradley Awards at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. Broadway: 42nd Street, The Will Rogers Follies (original cast/dance captain). International Tour: My One and Only (with Tommy Tune). TV: Grammy Awards, Tony Awards, One Life to Live, Today Show, Good Morning America, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Christmas at Rockefeller Center, the Kennedy Center Honors, The Late Show with David Letterman, Oprah. Eileen performed as a Rockette for eight years.
DAN RODRIGUEZ (Music Director and Conductor) is happy to return to Reagle, where he recently musically directed Chicago, Fiddler on the Roof, and Les Misérables. Dan has worked with many theatrical companies in the Boston area, notably the the American Repertory Theatre (The Lily’s Revenge, The Blue Flower), Moonbox Productions (Company, A New Brain, Floyd Collins), SpeakEasy Stage (Jerry Springer: The Opera), Blue Spruce Theatre (Faerie Tales, Once On This Island), and many others. His work has earned him three IRNE Awards for Best Music Direction and several more nominations. His work has been praised by such luminaries as Adam Guettel and Stephen Schwartz.
DAVID WILSON (Lighting Designer) has designed lighting or sound for over 350 productions of opera, theater, concert and dance, including over 40 Productions for RMT since Evita in 1993. He has served on the faculty of Brandeis University, heading the graduate program in sound design, and has taught and mentored at Boston College, Bowdoin, Emerson, Suffolk, Tufts, and UMASS-Lowell. This past year he was resident lighting and sound designer at Boston Playwrights Theater, and he spent 6 years as resident lighting designer at Central City Opera. Other area productions include Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s Troilus and Cressida (sound, music, and lighting) and Macbeth (sound and music – IRNE nomination); sound and lighting for Boston Playwrights Theater’s Windowmen (Elliot Norton nomination, lighting and sound design); sound and music for The Comedy of Errors at Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (Elliot Norton Award, Best Sound Design).
LORI E. BARUCH (Technical Director), in her 36th season, has worked in New England both as stage manager and technical advisor for Yolanda, dance groups, and other performing groups from the area. Lori now works for the Waltham Public Schools as stage manager overseeing all events and productions in theatres. Lori is an Emerson College graduate and a proud member of the SMA in NY and the USITT.
OLIVIA GEMELLI* (Production Stage Manager) is a graduate of Pace University. Her NYC Off-Broadway PSM credits include: How 2 B A New Yorker, NEWSical The Musical, Naked Boys Singing, and Sex Tips For Straight Women From A Gay Man. Other credits include Evil Times (Midtown Direct Rep), Titus Andronicus (American Bard Theatre), Spark (Stages Rep Theatre), and many more. She would like to thank Anne Lommel, The Company Theatre, and the casts and crew at RMT.
NICKY CARBONE (Assistant Stage Manager) is joining the Reagle team for the first time this summer for Me and My Girl and Singin’ in the Rain. A recent graduate from Bridgewater State, Nicky works as a theatre technician and stage manager across the South Shore.
* Appear through the courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association