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SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN musical brings to life one of the world’s most loved and celebrated film, a charm, romance, comedy and Tinseltown glamour spectacular. Spoiler alert, contrary to popular belief, the SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN musical has only about a quarter of the musical in the “literal” rain. But when they do, get ready to slide off your

seats, with those splashing sleek moves!

Grant Almirall as Don Lockwood (C) during the Singin' In The Rain dress rehearsal, St James Theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on Tuesday, 14 April 2015. Credit: Hagen Hopkins.

Do get your yellow game on as the dress code did state an accent of yellow, mirroring the iconic yellow raincoat. Another must wear along is your biggest smile to sing along the light hearted hits like the kick starter Good Morning, comical Make ’em Laugh, tongue twisting

Moses Supposes and definitely Singin’ in the Rain that would get everyone beaming from ear to ear.

Grant Almirall as Don Lockwood during the Singin' In The Rain dress rehearsal, St James Theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on Tuesday, 14 April 2015. Credit: Hagen Hopkins.

Who else can we get but the CEO himself, to share some words to excite and suspense the audiences.

Presenter and CEO of Lunchbox Theatrical Productions, James Cundall says, “I am absolutely delighted to have the opportunity to bring one of my favourite musicals to Singapore audiences – this is how is a winner because it sends people out of the theatre in the happiest of moods!”

“To see these performed live on a theatre stage is a breath-taking experience. The rain scene is just about everyone’s favourite screen musical moment – and on a theatre stage it is awesome and has to be seen to be believed!”

Just two short paragraphs would suffice to keep that anticipation at its peak!

Duane Alexander as Don Lockwood (alternate) during the Singin' In The Rain dress rehearsal, St James Theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on Tuesday, 14 April 2015. Credit: Hagen Hopkins.

The TNE team would also like to share just two honest liners for the musical, “They go pretty in depth into explaining the storyline which to some may seem much of a bore but other than that, get ready to be

awe-stricken by the never before seen dynamic dancing in the rain.”

Once again, the team guarantees the musical would splash those weekday blues away! Have a wave of fun!

 

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