Rebecca Caine

This is the podcast in which we ask a special guest the big, BIG question that nobody ever needed to ask. 

If there was a huge asteroid hurtling toward Earth threatening to destroy life as we know it and you could see one more show before you die, what would it be? It can be anything you want - a show you’ve seen before, one that you wish you’d seen, or something you’ve made up entirely. What would be YOUR Last Show on Earth?

Our guest this episode is Rebecca Caine

Rebecca Caine was born in Toronto and studied at the Guildhall School of Music, London.

Uniquely, her career has been divided between Opera and Musical Theatre, making her West End debut at 19 in the role of Laurey in Oklahoma! She then sang the role of Eliza in My Fair Lady on the National tour. While making her debut at Glyndebourne as Amor in L'incoronazione di Poppea, she was asked to join the Royal Shakespeare Company where she created the role of Cosette in Les Miserables. After a successful West End run she joined the original cast of Phantom of the Opera to play Christine opposite Michael Crawford. She then returned to Toronto to repeat the role in the Canadian premiere of Phantom of the Opera. During her run in Toronto she joined the Canadian Opera Company to make her highly praised North American debut in the title role of Lulu. She has performed in may different shows ever since, brilliantly switching between musical theatre and opera genres, thrilling people worldwide with her extraordinary voice. This episode was recorded in the winter of 2022.


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