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Singin' in the Rain

Singin' in the Rain (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T0140947669. Details of all Singin' in the Rain archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1697

Archive Listings

7 Dec 99
5 Feb 00
Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse)
Leeds, West Yorkshire
Performance Details => Venue archive


Singin' in the Rain archiveIts 1927, the dawn of the age of sound in Hollywood, silent screen stars Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont are the world's most famous (and consequently valuable) on-screen romantic couple. Off-screen, however, is a different story. Whilst the slightly dumb Lina mistakes the on-screen romance for real love, Don has no such interest. Don has worked hard, for many years, to get where he is today, with his former vaudeville partner Cosmo who provides the piano accompaniment to his silent antics in the studio. When Don and Lina's latest film is transformed, by the need for sound, into a musical, Don has the perfect singing voice but Lina cannot possibly be allowed to be heard - she has the perfect voice for an oil painting despite all the studio's efforts. Meanwhile, Don has fallen for clumsy aspiring actress Kathy Selden who doesn't seem to be won over by his stardom but who comes up with what seems like a perfect, if crazy, plan to save the picture. Containing some fabulous songs and some trully memorable dance sequences this is a real Hollywood feelgood story.


Paul Robinson (Don Lockwood), Mark Channon (Cosmo Brown), Zoe Hart (Cathy Seldon), Rebecca Thornhill (Lina Lamont), David Lucas, Adrian McLoughlin, Annette McLaughlin, Sarah Cortez (Ensemble), Wain Douglas (Ensemble), Ross Finnie (Ensemble), Ben Garner (Ensemble), Stephen Harris (Ensemble), David Lucas (Tenor), Adrian McLoughlin (RF Simpson), Annette McLaughlin (Dora Bailey / Miss Dinsmore), Jane Mark (Ensemble), Richard O'Neal (Ensemble), Lee Payne (Ensemble), Joseph Pitcher (Ensemble), Tony Timberlake (Roscoe Dexter), Suzanne Toase (Ensemble), Claire Winsper (Ensemble)


Author(s): Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed
Director(s): Jude Kelly, Jonathan Gill (music)
Choreographer: Stephen Mear
Design(s): Huntley Muir, Mic Pool (film)
Lighting: Tanya Burns
Sound: Simon Whitehorn


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