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Last Vermont Christmas to air on the Hallmark Channel!

Rachel Rhodes-Devey

Earlier this year, Rachel worked on her first feature film, Last Vermont Christmas. It will be airing on the Hallmark Channel on November 19th at 9pm ET/PT.

The film centers around three sisters who gather with their parents every year to spend a magical Christmas in their beloved family home. But will the sale of their house bring their traditions to an end?

Check out the press release in Entertainment Weekly.

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Blood From A Stone at FEAST

Rachel Rhodes-Devey

Rachel played the central role of Elizabeth in Alex Parrish’s new piece, Blood From A Stone, which performed as part of the performance series FEAST at Theatre Under St. Marks.

The musical explores apathy and addiction through the lens of Elizabeth, a career social worker who has lost compassion for her clients, and her boss Claire, who challenges her to confront why.

The piece was directed by Alice Cash. Check out www.FeastPerformance.com for more info on this series!

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Berkshire Theatre Award Nomination

Rachel Rhodes-Devey

Rachel was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical by the Berkshire Critics Association for her performance as Irene Molloy in this summer's production of Hello, Dolly at the Mac-Haydn Theatre.

Hello, Dolly was nominated for 5 awards and took home the awards for both Outstanding Musical (tying with Barrington Stage's Company) and Outstanding Choreography!

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The House of Edgar Allan Poe

Rachel Rhodes-Devey

Rachel took part in a reading of the new musical The House of Edgar Allan Poe, with book and music by Morgan Hollingsworth and direction by Ryan Emmons. The reading had 3 public performances as part of NYMF's reading series. Rachel played the role of Frances Osgood, a poet who entered into an emotional relationship with the already-married Poe.