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 but nothing ...

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