Broadway veteran Tony Yazbeck stars as Don Lockwood, a silent film star making the transition to "talkies" in Drury Lane Theatre Oak Brook's "Singin' in the Rain."
Film star Don Lockwood (Tony Yazbeck) falls for up-and-comer Kathy Selden (Jenny Guse) during a charmingly elegant rendition of "You Were Meant For Me" in Drury Lane Theatre's revival of the 1983 musical "Singin' in the Rain."
Phoebe Dinsmore (Catherine Lord), left, tries in vain to teach elocution to silent-screen diva Lina Lamont (Melissa Van Der Schyff) in Drury Lane Theatre's "Singin' in the Rain," the stage adaptation from the 1952 MGM film.
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One thing about "Singin' in the Rain," it has great source material. As for the stage version, while sluggish in spots, Drury Lane Theatre's production of "Singin' in the Rain" based on the 1952 film, boasts some terrific production numbers and a truly engaging performance from Matthew Crowle in the Donald O'Connor role of Cosmo.