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Rachel has been involved in musical theater for twenty-five years as a musical director, teacher, and performer. Other shows she has musical directed include “Little Women”, “Once Upon a Mattress”, “Narnia”, “Annie”, “Guys and Dolls,” “The Fantasticks,” “Into the Woods,” “Beehive,” “Swingtime Canteen,” and “Cinderella.”  She also musical directed a youth production of the original work “A Midsummer Night’s Dream – The Musical,” in which she wrote all the music and which has been published by Eldridge Publishing.


Rachel is no stranger to the stage as an actress. Audiences have seen her in such roles as Mother in “Ragtime”, Meg in “Damn Yankees,” Charlotte Malcolm in “A Little Night Music,” Abigail Adams in “1776,” Smitty in “How to Succeed in Business…,” Miss Adelaide in “Guys and Dolls,”  Sarah in “Company,” Maria in “The Sound of Music,” and the Narrator in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”


Rachel sung in the Christmas Oratorio “Gloria” filmed in Jerusalem and narrated by James Earl Jones. She also had the privilege of singing with the Mitch Hanlon Singers at the Hollywood Bowl for many years, performing with such as actors as Brian Stokes Mitchell, Kristin Chenoweth, Jeremy Irons, Lea Michele, John Schneider, Michele Lee, Eric McCormick, Jeffrey Tambour, and Marilyn Horne.


For 13 years she has been singing 3-part Andrew Sisters style a cappella with The Christmas Belles Carolers and Nightingals, as well as singing at Downtown Disney with Westbeat. Rachel also teaches private voice lessons to students of all ages including Cathy Rigby, preparing her for her final national tour as the title role in Peter Pan.

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