Making Musicals Together

Singin' in the Rain has a well-traveled history. It began, of course, as the legendary film musical of 1952. In 1985, the movie became a Broadway musical, playing the Gershwin for about a year and picking up two Tony nominations. Then, in 1994, the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ, deciding the material was “fit as a fiddle,” as one of its songs goes, decided to put on the show again.

And that was that. There have been touring versions of the Broadway version down the line

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