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June 30, 2005


Danny, when we lived in South Commons, our community theatre produced "Carousel," which is my favorite Rogers and Hammerstein musical. My husband at the time played Mr. Snow, and my daughters, I believe, were in the chorus. You missed one of the lovely tunes from the show, "When the Children are Asleep."

Also delighted to see a reference to "Murder She Wrote," a guilty pleasure here. Speaking of Angela Landsbury, have you heard her as Mrs. Lovett in Sondheim's "Sweeney Todd." A dark, but absolutely marvelous musical, if there ever was one.

Elaine, "When the Children Are Alseep" is actually my favorite song in the show—I used to wish I could play Enoch Snow just so I could sing it. Did you play Carrie to your ex's Snow? But wasn't it the Snow children who ended up tormenting Billy Bigelow's daughter? The little brats.

Yes, I was lucky enough to see Lansbury on Broadway in "Sweeney Todd." Fantastic. My favorite song is "A Little Priest," surely the funniest song ever written about cannibalism!

Danny, please blog again soon.
--Just a fan.

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