BARN THEATRE

Augusta MI

Directed by 

Hans Friedrichs

Choreography by

Melissa Cotton-Hunter

Set Design by

Hans Friedrichs

Costume Design by

Carly Heathcoate

Projection

and Video design

by

Mike McShane

Lighting Design by

Molly Lamperis

Musical Direction

Matt Shabala

SINGIN' IN THE RAIN

OPENING CREDITS title card
OPENING CREDITS title card
SINGIN IN THE RAIN
SINGIN IN THE RAIN
BACKSTAGE at ROYAL RASCAL PREMIERE
BACKSTAGE at ROYAL RASCAL PREMIERE
You Stepped Out Of A Dream
You Stepped Out Of A Dream
" A talking Picture"
" A talking Picture"
Kathy pops out of a cake
Kathy pops out of a cake
All I Do Is Dream of You
All I Do Is Dream of You
On the set - SINGIN'
On the set - SINGIN'
Beautiful Girl
Beautiful Girl
YOU WERE MEANT FOR ME
YOU WERE MEANT FOR ME
MOSES SUPPOSES
MOSES SUPPOSES
"Cahn't"
"Cahn't"
Dueling Cavalier Preview
Dueling Cavalier Preview
Good Mornin'
Good Mornin'
Dubbing Session
Dubbing Session
Lina's Dressing Room
Lina's Dressing Room
Dora Bailey
Dora Bailey
the "Vamp"
the "Vamp"
Broadway Rythym
Broadway Rythym
FIT AS A FIDDLE
FIT AS A FIDDLE
Lina and Roscoe on the set
Lina and Roscoe on the set
SINGIN' FINALE
SINGIN' FINALE

“Director Hans Friedrichs, Has proven himself to be steeped in theatre history and he does not disappoint here SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN makes a splash!”

                         -Christopher Tower, Battle Creek Enquirer

“As both director and set designer, Hans Friedrichs integrates the two to keep the complex story as fluid as possible. A beautiful, back-lit art deco design dominates the stage and frames a movie screen at the back of the set. Scaffolding lines the sides of the stage creating the feeling that the whole play is taking place on a Hollywood sound stage, so the grips who wander in and out moving around set-pieces seem perfectly appropriate. The play flows from one scene to the next seamlessly with minimal set changes and lots of reliance on audience imagination. Director Friedrichs also has these grips and sound people pausing to admire the romantic dance scenes between Don Lockwood and Kathy Selden, further emphasizing their smoldering chemistry.”

                                            -Sue Merrell, Encore Michigan