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The charismatic and talented actor, dancer, and singer Rachel Kay has recently reached significant milestones in their career. She played a key role in the international tour of West Side Story as the female swing, understudy to Anybody's, and the "Somewhere" soloist. Rachel also showcased their versatility in the national tour of Escape to Margaritaville as an ensemble member and understudy for the role of Tammy. Additionally, she took part in a reading of Pup! A Chew Story, portraying Fish at the 34th Annual NAMT Festival at New World Stages, directed by Rachel Klein. This season, they perform in Nice Work If You Can Get It at Coachella Valley Repertory Theatre, and in Fiddler on the Roof at North Shore Music Theatre.

Rachel has also shone brightly in regional theatre, taking on favorite roles like Roxie Hart in Chicago at Summer Repertory Theatre, Frenchie in Cabaret with Coachella Valley Repertory directed by the brilliant Adam Karsten, and Frenchy in Grease at Musical Theatre West. Their versatility extends to roles such as Mrs. Tottendale in The Drowsy Chaperone and Grasshopper in Cunning Little Vixen. Rachel has also served as Dance Captain in shows including Oliver and The Ghosts of Versailles.

During their college years at Syracuse University, Rachel participated in several educational theatre performances, including as Bebe/Cassie in A Chorus Line, Dolores/Madelaine True (and Dance Captain) in The Wild Party, Swing in Crazy For You, and Amy in Dry Land.

Rachel received trained at Syracuse University, where they earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre.



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