Max Clayton, Christian Probst, More Join SINGIN' IN THE RAIN at Ogunquit Playhouse
Good Morning! It's a great day for a casting announcement! Ogunquit Playhouse has announced casting for the stage adaptation of the classic MGM movie musical Singin’ in the Rain, running June 15 – July 15.
Singin’ in the Rain will star Max Clayton as Don Lockwood, Christian Probst as Cosmo Brown, Chiara Trentalange as Kathy Selden, Greg Jackson as Roscoe Dexter, Kate Loprest as Lina Lamont, and Lance Roberts as R.F. Simpson. The ensemble features Katie Brunson, Calvin L’Mont Cooper, Nick Davis, Lianne Marie Dobbs, Alex Drost, Jaime Foord, Leeds Hill, Will Jewett, Dot Kelly, Joey Kummert, Maddy Miller, Jordon Taylor, Jake Urban, Alex Temple Ward, Jillian Wessel, Elizabeth Yanick and Tyler Zydel, and swings Gino Bloomberg and Taylor Kurtz.
Experience the glitz and glamor of Hollywood’s Golden Age. In 1927, Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont are the toast of Tinseltown, that is until “talkies” arrive on the scene. You remember Gene Kelly splashing his way through this legendary MGM film, which AFI deemed the #1 movie musical in cinema history and “one of the most beloved films of all time”; now experience it live and in person as we make it rain with this joyous and spectacular romantic musical comedy.
Directed by Jayme McDaniel with choreography by Kristyn Pope, Singin’ in the Rain is based on the classic Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film, by special arrangement with Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures, Inc., featuring a story by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, lyrics by Arthur Freed, and music by Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown. The production also features musical direction by Matt Smedal, scenic design by Andy Walmsley, costume design by Dustin Cross, lighting design by Richard Latta, sound design by Germán Martinez, and wig design by Roxanne De Luna. The production stage manager is Nikki Lint. Casting by Mark Brandon, CSA at ARC Casting. This production of Singin’ in the Rain was licensed by Music Theatre International.
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