Singin’ in the Rain
June 27 – July 3
First Muny production since 2011!
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, this Muny production is sure to be a downpour of pure delight.
Shows start at 8:15 p.m. CST.
RUN TIME: 2:24 including intermission (estimate)
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.
|Ticket Prices||Season*||Single||Season Savings|
|Center Boxes (C-6)||$707||$100||N/A|
|Side Boxes (7-10)||$616||$100||12%|
|Terrace A (A-M)||$469||$77||13%|
|Terrace A (N-Y)||$343||$60||18%|
|Terrace B (A-M)||$238||$46||26%|
|Terrace B (N-Y)||$112||$31||48%|
|* Season Ticket prices include $7 service fee.|
CORBIN BLEU (Don Lockwood)
comes from an extensive background in film, television and theatre. Bleu is probably best known for playing Chad Danforth in Disney’s Emmy Award-winning High School Musical franchise. Corbin was recently seen on Broadway as Ted Hanover in the Tony-nominated production of Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn, winning Bleu the Chita Rivera Award for Outstanding Male Dancer in a Broadway Show. Additional Broadway credits include: Godspell (Jesus) and In the Heights (Usnavi). Other stage highlights include: Hairspray (Seaweed) and Mamma Mia! (Sky), both at The Hollywood Bowl. Bleu’s film credits include: To Write Love on Her Arms (starring opposite Kat Dennings), Nurse 3-D and The Monkey’s Paw, to name a few. Corbin’s television credits include: Franklin & Bash, Blue Bloods, Psych, Castle, The Fosters and Chicago Med. In 2013, Bleu partnered with Karina Smirnoff on the multi-Emmy Award-winning ABC hit Dancing with the Stars, placing a close second. A Brooklyn native, Corbin currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Sasha.
BERKLEA GOING (Kathy Selden)
Making her Muny debut at the age of seven portraying Kim in Show Boat, Going’s other Muny credits include: Meet Me In St. Louis (Tootie and Agnes Smith) The Sound of Music (Gretl and Louisa von Trapp), The Little Mermaid (Arista), Hello, Dolly! (Ermengarde); Hairspray (Tammy), 42nd Street and Beauty and the Beast. Berklea’s national tour credits include: Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (Susan Waverly). Other regional theatre credits include: Chasing Rainbows (Lana Turner) at Goodspeed Opera House and Kansas City Starlight Theatre. In February, Going performed in The Actors Fund’s 15th Anniversary Reunion Concert for Broadway’s Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Minskoff Theatre.
JEFFREY SCHECTER (Cosmo Brown)
aka “Shecky” was most recently seen on the Muny stage as Pseudolus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and as Scuttle in The Little Mermaid. He is probably best known for recreating the role of Mike Costa in the Broadway revival of A Chorus Line. Other Broadway credits include: Fiddler on the Roof, Nice Work If You Can Get It, The Pajama Game, Wonderful Town, Beauty and the Beast, Anything Goes, Guys and Dolls and The People in the Picture. Jeffrey recently wrapped a recurring role on the new Showtime series Escape at Dannemora. Other TV/film credits include: The Good Fight, Elementary, Person of Interest, Boardwalk Empire, Farm Girl in New York and Tyco Parks the Car. In his spare time, Jeffrey teaches dance and theatre to kids of all ages with his awesome wife, Melissa and their company I Can Do That NYC! www.jeffreyschecter.com, www.icandothatnyc.com, @sidekickshecky
MEGAN SIKORA (Lina Lamont)
was last spotted on The Muny stage as Anytime Annie in 42nd Street. Megan has been seen on and off Broadway in Holiday Inn (Lila Dixon, Chita Rivera Award for Outstanding Female Dancer in a Musical), Church and State (Sara Whitmore), The Nance, Under My Skin, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Applause for NY City Center Encores!, How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, Promises, Promises; Curtains (Bambi, LA Ovation nomination), Show Boat at Carnegie Hall (Ellie), Wicked, Dracula, Wonderful Town, Thoroughly Modern Millie, 42nd Street and Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party. Other favorites: Kiss Me, Kate; Can-Can; A Christmas Story, Cabaret, Guys and Dolls, White Christmas. TV/Film: Chuck, Ted 2, Gypsy (Netflix), Bull, The Good Fight, Braindead, Elementary, The Sound of Music Live! on NBC, Boardwalk Empire.
JEFF McCARTHY (R.F. Simpson)
Muny: Camelot (Arthur), Les Misérables (Javert), Roman Holiday (Joe Bradley) and several others. Broadway: Chicago, Urinetown, Side Show, Zorba, Smile, Beauty and the Beast, How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Off-Broadway: Kunstler (59E59), Southern Comfort (Public Theater), Sympathetic Magic (Second Stage), Dream True (Vineyard Theatre) and others. Regional: My Fair Lady, The Misanthrope (Guthrie), The Front Page, The Price, The Underpants (Long Wharf), All My Sons, The Man of La Mancha, Sweeney Todd (Barrington Stage), Oliver!; You, Nero (Arena Stage) and hundreds of plays over the years at Berkeley Rep, Seattle Rep, Hartford Stage, Center Stage, ACT and many others. Film: Starting Out in the Evening, Robocop 2, Consent, Rapid Fire, Cliffhanger. Television: Elementary, Madam Secretary, The Good Wife, Schweitzer, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Designing Women, Law & Order, Cheers, In the Heat of the Night and many others. On top of lots of voice over work, Jeff was proudly the voice of the great Chuck Jones creation, Michigan J. Frog for the WB Network.
GEORGE MERRICK (Roscoe Dexter)
Muny debut! Broadway: Honeymoon in Vegas, High Fidelity, South Pacific revival (all original cast recordings). Off-Broadway: Ring Twice for Miranda, Clever Little Lies (with Marlo Thomas). Recent regional: I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (George Street Playhouse); Albert in Bye Bye Birdie! (Goodspeed), John Adams in 1776 (Pittsburgh Public). Other leading roles at North Shore Music Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse, Sacramento Music Circus and Riverside Theatre. TV: Madam Secretary, Rise, The Blacklist, Blue Bloods. Film: The Intern, So Good to See You (2016 Sundance selection). George is also a lyricist in the BMI Musical Theatre Writing Workshop, where he was awarded the Harrington Prize in 2010.
Zachary Daniel Jones
Dionna Thomas Littleton
Cassie Austin Taylor
MARC BRUNI (Director)
is currently represented on Broadway, on US and UK tours, and in Australia with Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. Other credits include: Roman Holiday: The Cole Porter Musical (Golden Gate), Trevor (Writers Theatre), The Sound of Music (Lyric Opera of Chicago), Hey, Look Me Over!; Paint Your Wagon, Pipe Dream, Fanny (New York City Center Encores!), The Explorers Club (Manhattan Theatre Club), Old Jews Telling Jokes (NY/Chicago, Jeff nomination), Other People’s Money (Long Wharf, Capital Critics Circle nomination), Presto Change-O (Barrington Stage), Ordinary Days (Roundabout), Irving Berlin’s White Christmas and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Paper Mill). He’s delighted to return to The Muny for his eighth show (two Kevin Kline nominations).
ROMMY SANDHU (Choreographer)
returns to The Muny, where he served as associate director/choreographer on The Unsinkable Molly Brown (2017). In addition to working with Tony-winner Kathleen Marshall on Bells are Ringing and Applause (both at NYCC), as well as Diner the Musical at Delaware Theatre Company, he served as Tony/Drama Desk-nominee Dick Scanlan’s associate on Little Shop of Horrors. Across the country he’s directed and/or choreographed for Cleveland’s Playhouse Square, Tuacahn, and Geva Theatre Center, among others. In New York, his work has been seen on and off-Broadway at 54 Below, Peace Love and Cupcakes (NYMF 2017), multiple opening numbers for Broadway Cares and How Now Dow Jones (NY Fringe). As a performer he’s appeared on Broadway in Mary Poppins, Bombay Dreams, Oklahoma!; On the Town, Annie Get Your Gun, The Life and Menken/Ahren’s A Christmas Carol. Instagram @Rsand4. Twitter @newrom. www.RommySandhu.com
BEN WHITELEY (Music Director)
Muny: A Chorus Line (2017), 42nd Street (2016), My Fair Lady (2015), The Addams Family (2014), Spamalot (2013), Pirates! (2012); The Sound of Music (2005, 2010), Beauty and the Beast (2005, 2010, 2015), Kiss Me, Kate (2011); Oklahoma! (2007); The Music Man (2004), Meet Me in St. Louis (2004), South Pacific (2003). Music director for 1776 at New York City Center Encores! Broadway/National tours: A Christmas Story, The Addams Family, Spamalot, The Full Monty, Cats (conducted final original Broadway performance), Grand Hotel, Falsettos, Big. Carnegie Hall: Sail Away (with Elaine Stritch). Choral direction: Carousel (NY Philharmonic/PBS). Encores!: associate music director and chorus master for 30 productions including Paint Your Wagon and The Most Happy Fella. Other: Paper Mill Playhouse, 5th Avenue Theatre, University of Michigan. Recordings: Allegro, Boardwalk Empire (Grammy Award), Merrily We Roll Along.