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Re: Quote of the day

They were all going to be actors professionally. We do send a remarkable
number of young people off to professional careers in the arts. One of the
biggest succeses associated with our little theatre was Stephen Lyman. I was
once in "Oliver" with Andrea, later his wife. Steve painted the sets,
designed the programs & had his first "gallery" show in the lobby. He was a
regular there for a few years while he was still in school.
From: <Aplfgcnys@aol.com>

> In a message dated 07/31/2004 1:32:33 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> judybrowning@lewiston.com writes:
> I had the opportunity to be in a local production of "The Secret Garden"
> several years ago as Mrs Medlock. I agree that it is not like the book,
> oh the music. I had the only nonsinging part in the show. That was
> frustrating. They finally agreed I could sing backstage with the
> chorus. Lovely show to do with a small group. My daughter was stage
> so it was fun to spend time with her too. The children's leads were
> The little boys had never been onstage before. The girls had had chorus
> parts. It was fun to watch those youngsters learn to speak & sing out. No
> one talked to them of being scared & they just got hooked on the
> of it.
> That sounds like great fun.  It's always a delight to see young people
> activities like that - and who knows, maybe it will start them on a whole
> career.  At least it will give them an appreciation for literature and the
> arts.

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