St. Louis Muny’s Singin’ in the Rain, Starring Corbin Bleu, Begins June 27

Regional News   St. Louis Muny’s Singin’ in the Rain, Starring Corbin Bleu, Begins June 27
 
Marc Bruni directs the summer production at the outdoor venue.
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The St. Louis Muny production of Singin’ in the Rain plays the outdoor venue June 27–July 3. The musical comedy is directed by Marc Bruni (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical) with choreography by Rommy Sandhu and musical direction by Ben Whiteley.

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Corbin Bleu, the High School Musical star seen on Broadway in Holiday Inn, Godspell, and In the Heights, portrays Don Lockwood with Jeffrey Schecter as Cosmo Brown and Indiana University student Berklea Going as Kathy Selden.

The three artists are joined by Megan Sikora (who starred opposite Bleu in Holiday Inn) as Lina Lamont, Jeff McCarthy as R.F. Simpson, and George Merrick as Roscoe Dexter.

The company also includes Ward Billeisen, Patrick Blindauer, Emma Gassett, Gary Glasgow, Madison Johnson, Zachary Daniel Jones, Evan Kinnane, Debby Lennon, Dionna Thomas Littleton, Dory Lorenz, Halle Morse, Kaitlin Nelson, Lizz Picini, Jeremiah Porter, Cassie Austin Taylor, Daryl Tofa, Cayel Tregeagle, and Victor Wisehart with the Muny Teen youth ensemble.

Made famous by Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, and Donald O’Connor on screen, the musical is a love letter to the Golden Age of Hollywood as cinema star Don Lockwood must transition from silent films to the talkies.

The production also has scenic design by Paul Tate dePoo III, costume design by Tristan Raines, lighting design by Nathan W. Scheuer, sound design by John Shivers and David Patridge, video design by Greg Emetaz, and wig design by Leah J. Loukas, with production stage manager Matthew Lacey.

(Updated June 27, 2018)

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