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Watching somebody else

In 1967, I played Harold Hill in The Music Man. Soon after, I heard movie star Van Johnson (live in Montreal), who had just played it on the road, call Harold Hill the Hamlet of musical theatre roles. I would tend to agree with that assessment; it sure was a challenge. Many years later, I am in the show’s Quartet, watching someone else perform the role. A perspective through the passage of years. (#1104) Continue reading

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Review: The Drowsy Chaperone by Lambert & Morrison, Martin & McKeller

I highly recommend you see this show. Continue reading

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Review: The Canterbury Tales–a musical

Student theatre is an easy sell for the families and friends of the performers who can be counted upon to attend and applaud no matter what. The quality of performance in Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational Institute’s production of The Canterbury … Continue reading

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