Just a few events Belle Reve's Rachel Klein and Jennifer Martina have contributed creative direction and talent. 

Gilda Wabbit's Big Gay Opera Show

A bawdy, fun and educational rundown of the world of opera, brought to you by the operatic drag diva and "The Future Liberals Want", Gilda Wabbit! BGOS has played to critical acclaim in New York, and will be kicking off its North American tour this May with engagements in Louisville and Nashville, featuring American Idol and Broadway's Diana DeGarmo. Produced by Jennifer Martina with Direction by Rachel Klein. 

Directed and choreographed by Belle Reve's Rachel Klein, "Red Roses Green Gold" is a new musical comedy, featuring the music of THE GRATEFUL DEAD- a semi-fantastical and immersive Americana tale of the Jones family in 1920's Cumberland, Maryland, as they con, swindle and gamble their way into riches.

A charitable benefit for the Callen Lorde Community Health Center, directed by Rachel Klein and stage managed by Jennifer Martina & Joan Wyatt. Featuring Rosie O'Donnell, Bruce Villanch,  Jinkx Monsoon, Bianca Del Rio, Orfeh, Michael Riedel, Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, Randy Rainbow, Judy Gold, and more! 

MORE THAN ALL THE WORLD, Erik Ransom's epic pop rock musical inspired by Christopher Marlowe's "Edward II", with direction and musical staging by Rachel Klein ('Around the World in 80 Days', 'The Anthem') and with orchestrations and arrangements by Andy Peterson ('Atomic'). 

"Secret Summer was honestly one of the most wonderful, dreamlike, and fashionable events in New York City -Yup NYC

"Roving performers and actors injected a shock and awe to the pretty scene—they were outfitted in a look that can only be described as Shakespeare meets David Bowie circa 1970." -Perrier 

"Rachel Klein's thoroughly inventive production of Mark Brown's five-actor play based on Jules Verne's globetrotting adventure does quite a lot to measure up to its cinematic predecessor(...)allows the audience to feel they have joined dashing Londoner Phileas Fogg (Bryce Ryness) as he attempts to span the world in those 80 days." -TheaterMania

"Many people imagine the afterlife as being filled with white, puffy clouds and cute, naked, baby angels.  Not Rachel Klein.  Her vision of the afterlife in The Tragedy of Maria Macabre is a creepy, kaleidoscopic fun house full of menace, darkness, and a fair share of humor." -StageBuzz

"...the show pours on dazzling trimmings, including a critical element absent in Rand’s didactic prose: humor.  What makes this show pop is the bracing vision of its director, Rachel Klein, who also contributed the lively choreography and vibrant costumes." - The New York Times

"To put it simply, there is no other Stevie Nicks celebration quite like Night of 1000 Stevies in the world. Add to that the fact that the annual celebration of the Fleetwood Mac singer this year chalked up its 25th anniversary and you have an unparalleled celebration of Stevie-ness" -TimeOut New York

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