REBECCA LOWREY is passionate about creating new works — and preparing actors to get cast in them! A director, producer, music director, accompanist, and vocal coach, she works in New York, Dallas-Fort Worth, and everywhere in between. Her many years behind the piano and in the audition room have given her a unique insight into what successful performers do — and others do not — that results in getting cast.
You may recognize Rebecca as @accompanymusicals from TikTok, where her popular #DuetWithMe videos encourage thousands of performers to #KeepSinging. Her favorite place in the world is at a piano playing literally whatever is put in front of her. Catch her on Monday nights as a guest accompanist for Dewey’s Piano Party at Sid Gold’s Request Room in Midtown Manhattan.
Rebecca is a champion of diverse casting and production teams (#WomenDirect) and has the pull and connections to assemble unforgettable, live, onstage bands. In 2017, Rebecca began producing a series of intimate productions known as the Living Room Concerts. Starting with simple piano-only performances in her living room with friends, the series expanded to poolside parties and festive holiday gatherings. Her recent credits include the critically acclaimed production of the rock musical Lizzie at Imprint Theatreworks in Dallas, a lauded run of Gutenberg! The Musical! at Amphibian Stage in Fort Worth, and a Rocky Horror Show and 9 to 5 that celebrated the uniqueness of its performers.
She is the producing director for MusicalWriters.com, which helps undiscovered musicals improve and gain exposure with semi-staged readings produced in New York City, Texas, and beyond. She is there every step of the way to coach musical theater writers as they take the next big leap in their show’s journey.
Rebecca’s day job at Romeo Music combines her passion for technology with her love of teaching and performing. She leads entertaining technology training at national music educator conferences, directs school district staff development sessions, and provides one-on-one instruction and design consultations for schools, universities, and houses of worship.
Rebecca earned her bachelor of arts degree in music (with a minor in business administration) from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas.