July 25 – August 4
New Production Season Ended
E.L. Doctorow’s novel comes to life in what many say is one of the greatest musicals ever written. We follow three families as they pursue their dreams in the early 20th century melting pot of New York City. Their stories weave together through their courage, compassion, and hope for a brighter future in America. This Tony award winning score includes “Back to Before,” “The Wheels of a Dream,” and “Your Daddy’s Son” just to name a few. This one is not to be missed!
Starring as Mother, Rachel Rhodes-Devey returns to the Mac-Haydn after her performance as Irene Molloy in Hello, Dolly! in 2017. Rachel made her Mac-Haydn debut at the age of 8, and since has performed in major New York City productions, national tours, and regional theatres across the country. She hopes the topics of this show stay in the hearts and conversations of audiences beyond the theatre doors.
Tyrell Reggins makes his Mac-Haydn debut in the role of Coalhouse Walker, Jr. Tyrell is a passionate teaching artist originally from Columbus, Ohio. He recently graduated from Wright State University with a B.A in theater studies, and now resides in New York City. Professional credits include: Dreamgirls, Hair, Hairspray, Fences, Sister Act, Footloose, and “Remember when the 70’s” Show at King’s Island.
Mac-Haydn veteran Gabe Belyeu steps into the role of Tateh, following his featured role as King Arthur in Camelot earlier this season. Last year, Gabe was featured in Damn Yankees, Mamma Mia!, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Annie. Past favorites include Javert in Les Miserables, Sir Galahad in Spamalot, and Gomez in The Addams Family. National Tours: Showboat, R&H’s Cinderella, Cameron Mackintosh’s Oliver!, and Jesus Christ Superstar with Ted Neeley.
Rounding out the cast are Maya Cuevas as Sarah, Kylan Ross as Younger Brother, Julie Galorenzo as Emma Goldman, Andrew Burton Kelley as Harry Houdini and Mac-Haydn fan-favorite Steve Hassmer as Father.
Ragtime is directed by John Saunders, choreographed by Sebastiani Romagnolo and music directed by David Maglione, with costumes by Jimm Halliday, wig and makeup design by Matthew Oliver, lighting and scenic design by Andrew Gmoser, props by Joshua Gallagher and sound design by Corbin White.