Berkeley Playhouse presents Singin' in the Rain
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All offers for Singin' in the Rain have expired.
The last date listed for Singin' in the Rain was Sunday March 21, 2010 / 6:00pm.
Currently at Julia Morgan Theater:
- Full Price:
- $37.00 - $62.00
- Our Price:
- $23.00 - $31.00
There's trouble in River City! Berkeley Playhouse presents the heartwarming family favorite The Music Man. Lovable swindler "Professor" Harold Hill is trying to pull a con on the citizens of River City, Iowa. He claims he'll save the town's youth from sin and corruption by selling them instruments and helping to organize a boys' band -- despite the fact that he actually knows nothing about music. Soon, the irresistible "Music Man" manages to turn the bickering school board into a barbershop quartet, win the heart of Marian the librarian, and somehow transform into an honest man in the process. The delightful story is set to a parade of classic Broadway tunes, including "Seventy-Six Trombones," "Ya Got Trouble," "Till There Was You" and "Goodnight, My Someone." Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
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The show was enjoyable. The music was great, the dancing fun and the singers were good. The set was creative and smart and the use of the theatre space made you feel like you were part of the show. The best performer was the actress who played Lina Lamont-- hands down stole the show!! She was fantastic! The actor who played Cosmo was also very talented and a physical actor so there was a lot of great stunts in the show! Overall, one of the better Berkeley Playhouse shows I've seen this year (much better than Oz). See it! And buy the tickets on Goldstar!
Go back to the magic of a 1920's Hollywood soundstage--a time of high stakes, big egos, and unforgettable show tunes. Singin' in the Rain is the gold standard in movie musicals, with a script that will touch the heart, tickle the funny-bone and seduce the imagination with movie-making illusions. With its witty script, acrobatic antics and unbeatable dance routines this is a must-see family musical. Audiences will enjoy the Julia Morgan Theatre transformed into a Hollywood sound stage and concessions from gourmet eaterie, Citron.
Director: Matthew Graham Smith.
Music Director: Robert Cowan.
Choreographer: Chris Black.