Singin’ in the Rain is based on the famous 1952 movie with Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O’Connor. A timeless Muny favorite, Singin’ in the Rain has all the makings of a Tinseltown tabloid headline – the starlet, the leading man, a love affair for the ages and the unexpected transition from the silent film era to “talkies.”
Known for its unforgettable hit-parade of Hollywood standards, splashy production numbers, hilarious situations and snappy dialogue, Singin’ in the Rain is a celebration of song and dance and a love story all rolled into one.
The word ass and damn are used.
A brief vignette features a stripper.
Drugs and Alcohol
A brief vignette features a saloon and a bartender.
Cigars and a box of snuff appear in two scenes.
A silent movie contains a duel where several characters are killed by swords.