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  "Debonair and charismatic, Sean Quinn portrays the title role of Hollywood superstar Don Lockwood with a sharp sense of comedic timing as he takes on the daring dance moves that Gene Kelly made famous. So much of ‘Singin in the Rain’ involves an extraordinary wealth of dance, but Sean takes the complexity of every move and makes it look easy...Sean joyously kicks and soaks in the rain with grace and fortitude. His slick, complex, flawless dance moves made the crowd applaud in wonderment, watching an iconic scene come alive once more."

"Good Mornin'" from Reagle Music Theatre's production of Singin' in the Rain

Directed and Co-Choreographed by Kirby Ward

Choreographed by Eileen Grace

  "Quinn is extremely graceful and light on his feet-a joy to watch-as he swings effortlessly from a lamp post, dances and fences with his umbrella, splashes through puddles, kicks the water, and dumps a hat full of rain on his head. It is a scene of sheer joy..."

   "The leading man, Don Lockwood is splendidly played by Sean Quinn. His dancing is terrific especially in "Singin' in the Rain"..and in "Gotta Dance"...both long dance segments which he handles with ease."

    "Quinn is the classic charmer, the real deal with strong dancing to make you miss the glory days of male tap dancers, with an unabashed sense of pride in leading a dance. Quinn also has the star-quality to manage the titular “Singin’ in the Rain” and the extended “Broadway Melody"... a performer who tells a story with his feet; he achieves strong success as a charming leading man, especially with his onstage chemistry with Gordon’s Kathy"

     "...the close of Act One, the audience got what it had come for – the near perfect vocals of Quinn and his excellent tap-dancing skills while singing the title song, "Singin' in the Rain." And yes, it  rained on stage. In fact, it poured... Quinn played a charming, handsome, vulnerable Don Lockwood opposite Gillian Mariner Gordon..."

Sean played Bobby in A Chorus Line at Bill Hanney's North Shore Music Theatre

Directed by Mark Martino

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