Rachel Levy: From The White House to Broadway’s Living Room
October 19, 2016
Encore by popular demand! Now’s your chance to see a Broadway star in the making. Come meet Rachel Levy, the 17 year old Montville, New Jersey high school student who recently made her television debut in TLC’s special, Broadway At The White House. Michelle Obama and Stephen Schwartz gave this high school student a standing ovation for her duet of “For Good” with Kristin Chenoweth… and Chenoweth selected Rachel herself for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! Now Rachel brings her very own concert to the stage. Join Rachel as she performs songs from the artists and shows that have influenced her the most – from Sara Bareilles to Wicked and Les Miserables.
At the age of eight, Rachel performed in her first Off Broadway show at the York Theater in several roles in the show The People Garden. She hasn’t stopped performing since! As a member of the Morristown Performing Arts teen troupe, Rachel has performed with her troupe alongside many Broadway stars including Patti LuPone, Marvin Hamlisch, Kelli O’Hara, Brian Stokes Mitchell, and the rock band Foreigner. Rachel starred as Eponine in MPAC’s musical production of Les Miserables. Her passion for music was furthered by her studies at Berklee College of Music and at Carnegie Mellon’s precollege musical theater program this past summer. Rachel appeared at Feinstein’s/54 Below this past June as a guest star and sang “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” with the talented Matthew Morrison. It is Rachel’s greatest dream to appear on Broadway one day… come join her as she shares her dreams in song!