REBECCA LOWREY has cast dozens of musicals in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and been the music director for even more. All those 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.
Recent director credits include 9 to 5 at NTPA Repertory Theatre, Best Little Whorehouse at Greater Lewisville Community Theatre, The Rocky Horror Show at NTPA Repertory Theatre and Plaid Tidings at Theatre Arlington. A few of her recent credits as music director include Lizzie (Imprint Theatreworks), Gutenberg! The Musical! (Amphibian Stage Productions), The Toxic Avenger (Lakeside Community Theatre), Putting It Together (ONSTAGE in Bedford) A Man of No Importance (Brick Road Theatre); The Drowsy Chaperone, Mary Poppins, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Fantasticks, and Billy Elliot (Firehouse Theatre); Urinetown and Nunsense (Theatre Arlington); Cabaret (Runway Theatre); Legally Blonde (Denton Community Theatre); and Spamalot (GLCT).
She has also served as pianist for many area churches and accompanies for UIL solo competitions in the DFW Metroplex. 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, provides one-on-one instruction, and coordinates training events and performances at Romeo Music’s Dallas and Fort Worth stores.
Rebecca earned her bachelor of arts degree in music (with a minor in business administration) from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas.