In conversation and song with Edward Seckerson
Comparing Notes brings stars of the West End and Broadway to PizzaExpress Live Holborn. In a lively and informal mix of performance and conversation host Edward Seckerson will be getting up close and personal with these musical theatre luminaries, exploring the stories behind the songs and the personalities behind the artistry.
"Rebecca Trehearn breaks your heart as Julie, performing the glorious 'Bill' as a woman in despair who still can't quite resist a song taking flight." - WhatsOnStage
" 'Bill' – a song of devotion to an ordinary Joe which I can’t imagine being given a more heart-rending interpretation than Trehearn delivers here." - Telegraph
Rebecca trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Her theatre credits include: Charity in Sweet Charity (Nottingham Playhouse); Fantine in Les Misérables (Pimlico Opera); Charlotte in Diary of a Teenage Girl (Southwark Playhouse); Mother in The Night Before Christmas (Salisbury Playhouse); Mrs Fezziwig in A Little of What You Fancy (Salisbury Playhouse); Nellie Collins in Floyd Collins (Wilton’s Music Hall); Julie La Verne in Show Boat (Olivier award winner 2017 - Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical) (New London Theatre/Crucible Theatre, Sheffield); Donna/Oolie in City Of Angels (Donmar Warehouse); Marcy in Dogfight (Southwark Playhouse); Molly Jensen in Ghost (UK National Tour); Martirio in Bernarda Alba (Union Theatre); cover Jenny Cavilleri in Love Story (Duchess); cover Rose Vibert in Aspects Of Love (Menier Chocolate Factory); cover Elizabeth in Dirty Dancing (Aldwych); cover Meat/Killer Queen in We Will Rock You (Dominion); Annie in Alfie the Musical (Palace Theatre, Watford).
Workshops include: Bonnie & Clyde (The Other Palace); The Illusionist (Michael Harrison Entertainment); Pinocchio (National Theatre); The Wicker Husband (George Stiles and Anthony Drewe); My Land’s Shore (RADA studios); Therese Raquin (Finborough); Lift (Soho Theatre); Playsong (Tristan Bates); Moonshadow (Jerwood Space); Jack Dagger (Greenwich Theatre).
Television includes: Karen McKay in Dim Ond Y Gwir (S4C); Carla Hewson in Casualty (BBC);Angharad in A470 (S4C).
Rebecca also won The Wow Factor for S4C which led to the release of her self-titled solo CD.
She recorded film soundtracks for Into The Woods, The Da Vinci Code and Mamma Mia! Rebecca can also be heard as Rosalia on the 50th Anniversary recording of West Side Story, on the Love Story original cast recording and as Abby on Bobby Cronin’s “The Concrete Jungle” studio cast recording.