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White Christmas National Tour

Rachel Rhodes-Devey

Rachel is returning to the White Christmas National Tour this year!

To make things extra merry and bright, she will be performing the role of Betty Haynes for both the matinee and the evening performances on Saturday December 26th at Proctors Theatre.  Just 20 minutes away from Albany, Rachel saw many national tours come through Proctors while she was growing up, so finally getting to play this theatre is a real treat (especially the week of Christmas!).

Check out the Official Website for Cities and Ticket info!

Industry Reading of Samson and Delilah

Rachel Rhodes-Devey

Rachel participated in a closed industry reading of Samson and Delilah,  a new pop/rock musical by Ron Yatter which tells the epic, tragic love story of the biblical couple from different cultures. The reading was directed by Gabriel Barre, the director of Amazing Grace, currently on Broadway. A concept album was recorded last year by American Idol couple Diana DeGarmo and Ace Young.

NY Innovative Theatre Award Nomination

Rachel Rhodes-Devey

Rachel has been nominated for a New York Innovative Theatre Award! She was nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Featured Role for her performance as Beth Spencer in APAC's Merrily We Roll Along. Merrily was also nominated for Outstanding Production of a Musical.

The New York Innovative Theatre Foundation is an organization dedicated to the celebration of off-off Broadway. This year the nominees represent 57 productions! The nominees were announced Monday July 20th at the Diamond Horseshoe, home to Queen of the Night. The awards ceremony will take place in September.

Visit New York Innovative Theatre Awards for more info!

Prospect Theater Company's BY THE NUMBERS

Rachel Rhodes-Devey

BY THE NUMBERS is part of Prospect Theater Company's new IGNITE Series at TheTimes Center, featuring today's new voices shaping the future of musical theater. This one-night-only concert event will be Saturday, June 27th at 8pm. The evening features the world premiere performance of 12 "micro-musicals" created in Prospect's 2015 Musical Theater Lab. Each of these original, hot-off-the-presses musical theater shorts runs under seven minutes, and has been inspired by a number -- one through twelve -- creating a song cycle collectively written over the lab's month-long time span by participating composers & lyricists.

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A Rebel Prayer at NYU

Rachel Rhodes-Devey

Rachel participated in a reading of A Rebel Prayer by Eloise Govedare and Aleksandra Weil, NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing students. Based in Putin’s modern day Russia, A Rebel Prayer is a musical about 13 year old Nikita whose father was murdered for his political views. When Nikita finds a mask resembling that of Russian punk collective Pussy Riot, she begins a fantastical journey of empowerment and rebellion. In the course of her journey, she discovers the truth about her father’s death, and must decide whether freedom should be defended, at any cost.

Merrily We Roll Along at APAC

Rachel Rhodes-Devey

Rachel will be playing the role of Beth Spencer in the upcoming production of Merrily We Roll Along at the Astoria Performing Arts Center. The rarely done Stephen Sondheim musical tells the story of how a composers idealism and friendship are corrupted by success. The story is told backwards starting with the disillusioned present and ending with his optimistic college years. The show will be directed by APAC's artistic director Dev Bondarin, choreographed by Misha Shields, and with musical direction by Ming Aldrich-Gan.

Rachel is thrilled to be returning to APAC, an organization she holds near to her heart after having performed in 2010's Children of Eden and 2011's The Human Comedy.

Check out the Playbill cast announcement!

Go to APAC's website for more info and tickets!

Calico Buffalo Industry Reading

Rachel Rhodes-Devey

Rachel took part in a closed industry reading of The Calico Buffalo, playing the female leading role of Willa-Mah. Based on the children's book by EJ Stapleton and with music by Grammy-winner Peter Stopschinski, The Calico Buffalo tells the tale of young prince buffalo born covered with the markings of a calico kitten, catapulting the entire buffalo nation into the adventure of a lifetime. Under the direction of Craig J. George, the reading took place in early January at Ripley Grier Studios.