Atlanta Girls’ School presents SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, lyrics by Arthur Freed, and music by Nacio Herb Brown.
Set in Hollywood during the end of the silent movie days, the story follows screen star Don Lockwood and his talented sidekick Cosmo Brown as they make the change to talking pictures. Don falls for a young starlet Kathy, but his on-screen leading lady might have something to say about it.
This show is rated G and is appropriate for all audiences. All performances feature Upper School performers and a crew made up of students from all grades.
Shows take place in the Tom King Theater.
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