Over the past 30 years, Rebecca Storm has established herself as one of the most popular leading ladies in musical theatre. She has graced the stage playing some of the most demanding roles, including: Eva Peron in Evita, Fantine in Les Miserables, Florence in Chess, Rose in Aspects of Love, Edith Piaf in Piaf, Joan of Arc in Jeanne and most recently Miss Hannigan in Annie.
At 23, Rebecca auditioned for her first musical Blood Brothers; although a little young to play Mrs. Johnstone—Liverpudlian Catholic mother of seven children—author Willy Russell was so captivated by her voice that he insisted wardrobe and make-up go to work to ‘age’ the young actress. Her portrayal of Mrs. Johnstone has become so popular that she still returns to the role after 27 years.
In 1992, she devised, co-directed and starred in Hollywood Ladies – a tribute to her many influences from the Silver Screen, including: Barbra Streisand, Judy Garland, Julie Andrews and Gracie Fields. Together with her company of fourteen singers and dancers she was awarded Best Musical Review ’92.
Rebecca is an award-winning recording artist. Her 1985 single, Putting On The Show, became a top-twenty single. Over the years, Rebecca’s had a number of hit albums, including: Mr. Love – the soundtrack from the David Putnam film of the same name, Ovation – a tribute to the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Broadway by Storm – produced by Nigel Warren Green and conducted by the legendary Harry Robinowitz, Ireland by Storm and Celtic Broadway.
With numerous concerts, radio and TV appearances around the world, Rebecca enjoys a busy and varied career.
2 x 45 Minutes
Home Airport: Dublin
Excess Luggage: One extra (Music case: Brass Guitar)
Use The Band : Yes
Tracks Only Show: Yes