At the Francis J. Gaudette Theatre
303 Front Street N, Issaquah, WA 98027
Box Office: (425) 392-2202 | Admin: (425) 392-1942
Tuesday-Saturday 11:00am-7:00pm

At the Francis J. Gaudette Theatre
303 Front Street N, Issaquah, WA 98027
Box Office: (425) 392-2202 | Admin: (425) 392-1942


Singin’ in the Rain

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN

Screenplay by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
Songs by Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown
Based on the classic Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film by special arrangement with Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures, Inc.


“What a glorious feeling, I’m happy again!” Embark with us on a dance-filled journey to the golden age of cinema as one of the greatest movie musicals of all time comes back with a splash! This faithful and loving adaptation by the original award-winning screenplay team is exuberant, funny, and filled with songs you know and love — plus live, on-stage rain! Join us at Monumental Pictures and make this monumental show a must-see part of your holiday plans.

November 10 — December 31, 2016
January 6 — 29, 2017 in Everett

Showtimes:
Select Tuesdays at 7:30 PM
Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 PM
Fridays at 8:00 PM
Saturdays at 2:00 PM and 8:00 PM
Sundays at 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM


Preview Performance: November 9, 2016 at 7:30 PM
ASL Interpreted Performance: November 26, 2016 at 2:00 PM
Post-Show Discussion: December 13, 2016 at 7:30 PM

Running Time: 2 hours 30 minutes including intermission

Know Before You Go: Download the Performance Preview Guide »


  • Cast

    *The Actors and Stage Managers are members of the Actor's Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

    Bobbi Kotula

    Dora Bailey/Phoebe Dinsmore, Ensemble
    Bobbi Kotula*

    Jeff Steitzer

    R.F. Simpson
    Jeff Steitzer*

    Ty Willis

    Roscoe Dexter
    Ty Willis

    Gabriel Corey

    Cosmo Brown
    Gabriel Corey

    Jessica Skerritt

    Lina Lamont
    Jessica Skerritt*

    John David Scott

    Don Lockwood
    John David Scott*

    Kai Johnson

    Young Don
    Kai Johnson

    Bryan Kinder

    Young Cosmo
    Bryan Kinder

    Brian D. Simmons

    Rod, Ensemble
    Brian D. Simmons

    Mallory King

    Kathy Selden
    Mallory King

    Ethen Carpenter

    Production Tenor, Ensemble
    Ethen Carpenter*

    Matt Wolfe

    Sid Phillips, Ensemble
    Matt Wolfe*

    Greg McCormick Allen

    Diction Coach, Ensemble
    Greg McCormick Allen*

    Pamela Turpen

    Broadway Ballet Featured Dancer, Ensemble
    Pamela Turpen*

    Caleb Adams

    Ensemble
    Caleb Adams

    Adam Brozowski

    Ensemble
    Adam Brozowski*

    Kate E. Cook

    Ensemble
    Kate E. Cook

    Jenny Vaughn Hall

    Ensemble
    Jenny Vaughn Hall

    Carly Hebert

    Ensemble
    Carly Hebert

    Rianna Hidalgo

    Ensemble
    Rianna Hidalgo

    Jordan Jackson<

    Ensemble
    Jordan Jackson

    Nick Perry

    Ensemble
    Nick Perry

    Casey Raiha

    Ensemble
    Casey Raiha

    Shelby Willis

    Ensemble
    Shelby Willis


    Understudies
    Jenny Vaughn Hall

    Dora Bailey / Phoebe Dinsmore
    Jenny Vaughn Hall

    Brian D. Simmons

    R.F. Simpson / Roscoe Dexter
    Brian D. Simmons

    Adam Brozowski

    Don Lockwood
    Adam Brozowski*

    Kate E. Cook

    Lina Lamont
    Kate E. Cook

    Rianna Hidalgo

    Kathy Selden
    Rianna Hidalgo

    Greg McCormick Allen

    Cosmo Brown
    Greg McCormick Allen*

    Kristoffer Holtan

    Young Don / Cosmo
    Kristoffer Holtan

    Matt Wolfe

    Production Tenor
    Matt Wolfe*

    Casey Raiha

    Diction Coach
    Casey Raiha

    Hayley Ewerz

    Ensemble
    Hayley Ewerz

    Tyler Good

    Ensemble
    Tyler Good

    Sean O'Bannon

    Ensemble
    Sean O'Bannon

  • Gallery
  • Video
  • Press
    AXS

    “A lavish, upbeat remembrance of happier times … There’s something special about seeing real people dance and sing with everything they have, and this production shows us how it’s done.” AXS.com

    Heed the Hedonist

    "In sum, this production’s, well, singing in the rain scene is one of the most truly delightful theatrical performances I’ve seen in quite a while. … John David Scott is an absolute darling in the role of Don Lockwood. Talk about dreamy nostalgia” Heed the Hedonist

    Miryam’s Theater Musings

    "Village Theatre has perfectly cast its tap-happy production of Singing in the Rain! ... a fun show that is good for the whole family.” Miryam’s Theater Musings

    Daily Record News

    "John Scott is perfectly cast as Don, and not just because his physical resemblance to Gene Kelly is startlingly uncanny. During the famous title song, John Scott is singing, dancing and getting soaking wet in the rain. … For five breathtaking minutes, Gene Kelly is alive again through John Scott.” Daily Record News

    ParentMap

    "Overall, this musical is a delightful escape. ... Lighthearted, sweet and funny, the songs will stay with you long after the show ends.” ParentMap

    Issaquah Press

    "The delightful production is an undisputed mood-lifter, combining spectacular dancing, catchy tunes, hilarious slapstick routines and a mostly captivating plot. Prepare to have one or several of the memorable show tunes stuck in your head long after you’ve left Village Theatre.” Issaquah Press

    Seattle PI

    "It takes a lot of chutzpah or inspiration or both to create a local stage version of Singin’ in the Rain, but that’s precisely what Village Theatre’s Artistic Director Steve Tomkins has done.” Seattle PI

    The Seattle Times

    “...largely delightful, especially during its rapturous dance sequences ... Dumping gallons of water onto your stage is surely a sign of an adventurous theater, and there’s something hypnotic about watching the drops stream off Scott’s umbrella as he darts across the stage.” The Seattle Times

    Drama in the Hood

    “The production is sumptuous; the acting and dancing is wonderful ... 'Singin’ in the Rain' will send you forth into the night humming tunes and itchingh to dance for yourself” Drama in the Hood

    Broadway World

    "Skerritt owns the role of Lina Lamont and the show. Every single nuance of her ridiculous character is on point and her one big solo song (which is not in the movie) was worth the price of admission." Broadway World

  • Single Ticket Prices

    Ticket Prices

    General Senior Youth
    Section
    A
    B
    A
    B
    A
    B
    Sat Mat / Sat Eve / Sun Mat
    $78
    $55
    $73
    $50
    $63
    $40
    Tue Eve / Wed Eve / Thu Mat /
    Thu Eve / Fri Eve / Sun Eve
    $73
    $50
    $68
    $45
    $58
    $35
    Preview
    $64
    $41
    $64
    $41
    $64
    $41

    * Youth 18 & Under | Senior 65 & Older

    Seating Chart

    Numbered Seating Chart

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  • STARRING SPONSORS

  • City of Everett
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  • Promotion Arts
  • DIRECTING SPONSORS

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Box Office

Francis Gaudette Theatre
(425) 392-2202
303 Front Street North
Issaquah, WA 98027

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11:00 AM-5:00 PM (Summer)


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303 Front Street North
Issaquah, WA 98027
Box Office: (425) 392-2202

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