Rachel Marlowe is a graduate of Muhlenberg College, where she earned dual degrees in Theatre and Dance. Rachel has been seen regionally as Dorothy (Wizard of Oz), Phyllis (42nd Street), Electra (Cats), and Mrs. Segstrom (A Little Night Music). She appeared as Addie in a workshop of An American Tragedy, the newest musical endeavor from the legendary Charles Strauss, co-directed by Barbara Siman, and has worked under the tutelage of Matthew Gardiner, associate artistic director at the Tony winning Signature Theatre in Washington, D.C. Rachel has also performed alongside Broadway icons Robert Cuccioli and Kate Shindle.
As an educator, Rachel serves as choreographer, drama and dance teacher at Tower Hill School in Wilmington, DE. During the summer months, she serves as the assistant director and choreographer to the Ocean City Theatre Company’s Junior Company. Her choreography credits include West Side Story, Godspell, The Music Man and many Broadway reviews and cabarets.
In her spare time, Rachel competes in pageants, holding local and state titles with both the Miss America Organization and America‘s National Teen Scholarship Organization. She is also a former NLL Dancer.
Rachel is most grateful for the opportunity to sing some of her favorite songs in her favorite city — Philadelphia! Love to Mom, Marisa and Oliver.
For more info visit Rachel on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/RTMarlowe.