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Tag Archives: Beth Turcotte
1. Sutton Foster will be there. Not performing. Just watching. But still…Sutton freaking Foster, people. 2. My parents will be there. They are cute. 3. My sister will be there. She is cute. 4. The President of Ball State … Continue reading
Okay, so let me try to explain what this all means. A few months ago, the National Alliance for Music Theatre (NAMT) selected The Circus in Winter as a finalist in their yearly new work competition. NAMT’s 24th Annual Festival of … Continue reading
The eight-show run of The Circus in Winter: the Musical is at an end, but here are some links to news coverage, photos, videos, even a TV commercial about this amazing project.