To the Lighthouse at Berkeley Repertory Theatre is a World Premiere, based on the novel by Virginia Woolf. Woolf spoke often of the need to capture the “spirit of life” on the page, and felt that plot-focused storytelling could not do this successfully. However, just as the modernists refuse to be hemmed in by the […]
Ring Round the Moon proudly opened Barrington Stage Company’s new theatre space in Pittsfield. Playwright Jean Anouilh was one of the most popular French dramatists since World War II. It has a fabulous cast including Christopher Innvar, Debra Jo Rupp, Tandy Cronyn, Jordan Charney, Mark H. Dold, Ginifer King, Christa Scott-Reed, John C. Vennema, Rebecca […]
Into the Woods at Connecticut Repertory Theatre was a delight. The gift of singing Sondheim is always high on my charts! This was the second time I got to do this show. The first production I did was as Cinderella with Arkansas Repertory Theatre. This time around, I get to play the Baker’s Wife, which […]
Me and My Girl at Goodspeed Musicals is nothing but a delightful overload of fun! The show stars Hunter Bell, Rebecca Watson, Bob Dorian, M’el Dowd, Ian Knauer and Michelle Ragusa. Scott Schwartz directs the show, while Christopher Gattelli makes the Lambeth Walk and the rest of the choreography look stellar. The ever amazing Michael […]
Rebecca Watson plays Wendy Moira Angela Darling (young and old) one more time, for the Pioneer Theatre Company. The show was a huge success and delighted adults as much as the kids. Charles Morey, directed and Timothy Albrecht, choreographed.
In this World Premiere of I’ll Be Seeing You, Rebecca played Lt. Cassie Cascionlini, along side Edward Staudenmayer as Lt. Don Waful. This story is based on the true love story of two Americans stationed in wartime Britain during WWII. The show was directed by Michael Unger and musically directed by Bryan Perri.
Rebecca Watson played Madeline Bassett in By Jeeves, which opened October 28, 2001 on Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theatre. The book and lyrics were written by Alan Ayckbourn. The music was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The show was directed by Sir Alan Ayckbourn and was choreographed by Sheila Carter. Martin Jarvis starred as […]
By Jeeves was filmed in Toronto, in March of 2001, at the CBC Studios. The film was produced by: Austin Shaw (Really Useful Group), Mary Young Leckie and Heather Goldin. Stage Director: Alan Ayckbourn. Film Director: Nick Morris. The cast recording was also done at this time. We really had a terrific time filming, having […]
Rebecca Watson first joined By Jeeves, as Madeline Bassett, in the beginning of 2001, for the production with Pittsburgh Public Theatre. The show opened to rave reviews and the run was a delightful success. The production was directed by Alan Ayckbourn, choreographed by Sheila Carter and music directed by Michael O’Flaherty. The book and […]