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"Both Sides of the Coin" - The Mystery of Edwin Drood, New Orleans 2001

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Uploaded on Jun 25, 2011

Taped in performance at Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre, the 2001 New Orleans production of Rupert Holmes' Broadway hit "The Mystery of Edwin Drood."
In this scene, Your Chairman Mr. William Cartwright (owing to the intoxication of another actor) has taken on the role of Mayor Sapsea (Eddie Collins). Mr. Clive Padgett, playing the role of choirmaster John Jasper (Vatican Lokey) explains his sense of duality which accelerates into quick & clever wordplay and an exciting ending. The dancers are played by Matthew Mickal, Mark Weinberg, Clayton Mazoue, & Kevin Champagne.

Directed by Sonny Borey
Musical Direction by Derek Franklin
Sets & Lighting by Bill Walker
Costumes by Carolyn Casey & Edward R. Cox
Orchestra conducted by Jay Haydel


http://www.stageclick.com/show/3418.aspx

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