Grandstreet Theatre

Singin’ in the Rain

sitr_logo_2By Betty Comden and Adolph Green
Music by Nacio Herb Brown
Lyrics by Arthur Freed
Based on the MGM film (1952)

April 23-May 22, 2010

Thurs-Sat at 8 pm
Sunday matinees: May 2 & 16 at 2 pm

“What a glorious feeling!
I’m happy again

Don Lockwood & Lina Lamont are 1927’s Hollywood “super-couple.” But a movie called The Jazz Singer changes their fate, as sound enters the cinema for the first time. Suddenly, the movie they are filming is changed, as the producers try to create the first movie musical!

One problem: Lina, our irritating (and hilarious) diva, has a voice that could cause Los Angeles itself to quake in horror!

Enter Kathy Selden, a chorus-girl wannabe be with a beautiful voice, and a captivating heart to go with it. Can the Studios pull a fast one on the audiences by dubbing her into the film? And what would the fans say, if they ever find out that Don & Kathy are falling in love?

Singin’ in the Rain is on almost every top-100 movie list. Come see Grandstreet bring it to life onstage! Full of some of the best song of a musical, including “Make ’em Laugh,” “Broadway Melody,” “Good Morning!” and, of course, the title toe-tappin’ tune! “Come on with the rain!”

A musical extravaganza the whole family can enjoy!

Directed By: Adam Wagner is originally from Chesterton, Indiana with a BFA in Musical Theater from CCM. As an actor, he has worked at several regional theaters and can be seen as Phil in the film Teeth, now available on DVD.¬† He composed Don’t Look Down and Giving Up Later, both premiered at the Cincinnati Fringe Festival. His songs have been sung at cabarets across the country by many Broadway performers. Please visit for more info.

  • Early reservations
    For Season Pass Holders: Mar 29-Apr 2
    Call 447-1574, 12-5 pm weekday afternoons
  • General tickets
  • Online at 5:00 p.m. On April 2
  • On sale Apr 5 Through The Box Office

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