AN EVENING WITH RACHEL CAMP will feature genre-crossing songs in an autobiographical journey.
Rachel Camp is one of Philadelphia’s leading musical theatre stars. The Theatre Horizon favorite will take to the Norristown stage this spring for AN EVENING WITH RACHEL CAMP, an irresistible autobiographical cabaret, running for a limited engagement, May 9 through the 12, 2019. Single tickets are currently on sale.
“Theatre Horizon is as close to a theatrical home as I can imagine in my life,” said Camp. “The values that I hold dearest an artist – community engagement, professionalism, and and heart-first art-making – I learned with the creative teams at Theatre Horizon. It is not an understatement to say that I owe so much of my evolution as an artist and as a person to the company. I haven’t quite wrapped my mind around the opportunity to offer my first one-woman concert at this theater that is so special to me. It’s an unbelievable honor that they trust me with their space.”
Ms. Camp, a Barrymore award-winner, first started working at Horizon right out of high school when she was cast as Sally in YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN. Since then, she has been featured on the Theatre Horizon stage in numerous productions, including INTO THE WOODS, LOBBY HERO, A NEW BRAIN, and others. Her one-woman show will curate a celebration of Broadway show tunes, folk, pop, and rock music that takes audiences on a sublime and autobiographical journey, from heartbreaks and milestones, new performance genres and new hair colors, new values and new self identification.
Tickets to AN EVENING WITH RACHEL CAMP are currently on sale at theatrehorizon.org, or by calling 610-283-2230.
An Evening with Rachel Camp
Theatre Horizon, 401 DeKalb Street, Norristown, PA
Performances start at $20
May 9 at 7:30PM
May 10 at 8PM
May 11 at 8PM
May 12 at 3PM
More about Rachel Camp: Rachel Camp is a theater artist and educator based in Philadelphia. Recent Philadelphia performance credits include: Philadelphia Theatre Company (Marian/others – The Bridges of Madison County), Opera Philadelphia (Dito & Aeneas), Act II Playhouse (Maggie – Red Herring), Arden Theatre Company (Dainty June – Gypsy, Helena/Snug – Midsummer Night’s Dream), Theatre Horizon (New Brain, Lobby Hero, Into the Woods), 1812 Productions (Lily Carol – The Carols). Other hats worn recently: Choreographer for Villanova University’s She Loves Me; Assistant Director for Theatre Exile’s Sing the Body Electric; wizarding professor and program developer at Fiddleheart Academy of Witchcraft and Wizardry; Chair of this season’s Barrymore Oversight Committee; founder of Dance Explosions and The Awesomest Book Club; member of Philly Thrive; Camp Bonfire alum; Vocal coach. 5 Barrymore Award nominations, 1 Barrymore Award received for Supporting Performance as Olive Ostrovsky in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at Theatre Horizon. Upcoming: The Sincerity Project #3 with Team Sunshine Performance Corporation.