Rosati-Kain Proudly Announces the 2021 Fall Musical

Rosati-Kain Proudly Announces the 2021 Fall Musical

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Rosati-Kain proudly announces our 2021 fall production:

Working: A Musical 

Featuring songs by Stephen Schwartz, James Taylor, and Lin-Manuel Miranda  

Adapted from Studs Terkel's best-selling book of interviews about working in America.


We are excited to have our students perform in The Link Auditorium, located on the corner of Taylor and Westminster. Please note: The Link Auditorium was built in 1908. Architecturally, it is acoustically perfect and quite charming; however, much of the interior needs to be painted and the bathrooms need renovating. It seats 512, but due to Covid-19 safety parameters, we will be limiting our audience size. Disabled accessibility is limited. Please contact the school office for more information related to disabled accessibility.

Audience members are required to wear masks throughout the show.  Cast members are either fully vaccinated or will have had a recent negative test for Covid-19.

Ticket prices: ages 5 and under free, ages 6-13 are $5, and ages 14 and up are $10.


Performances at the Link Auditorium 

November 11, 12, and 13 

Click Here to Buy Tickets!


The Link Auditorium is located at 4504 Westminster Place, at the corner of Taylor and Westminster. Parking is available in the lots of both the church and law offices across the street, and on the surrounding streets.



Director Jenni Ryan at [email protected]


Music Director Ms. Kowalczyk at [email protected]



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