Sunday, March 14, 2010

The Music Man at the Bay Terrace Jewish Center

Today we saw The Music Man produced by the community theater group of the Bay Terrce Jewish Center. The play first appeared on Broadway in 1957 and ran for 1357 performances. There was a 1962 film adaptation and numerous revivals over the years.

My favorite character in the play has to be Marian the Librarian who reminds me of a former Director of Reference at the NJIT Library. I really shouldn't talk about her any further. Some of the familar musical numbers for the show are:
  • Seventy-Six Trombones
  • Till There was You - covered by the Beatles.
  • Gary, Indiana

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