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A CONCORD THEATRICALS
Full-Length Musical, Comedy
3f, 7m, 1 any gender
Father Bob Curtis,
Music and Lyrics by Max Showalter / Book by Father Bob Curtis /
Special Lyrics Peter Walker / Additional Lyrics by William Howe
The story of Mary and Joseph, chosen to nurture and protect the
world's most precious gift, is theatrically extolled in this
unique, extremely moving musical.
Reed (Flute, Bb Clarinet, Bb Bass Clarinet, Bb Soprano Sax, Eb Baritone Sax)
Percussion (Trap Set, Timpani, Gong)
Recorder (On-Stage, Optional Flute)
Max Showalter, the composer/lyricist of TOUCH OF THE CHILD, was born in Caldwell, Kansas and worked at the Pasadena Playhouse, where he was discovered by Oscar Hammerstein II. He wrote the first musical ever televised, NBC's TIME FOR LOVE, a revue for Hermione Gingold's U.S. ...
Father Bob Curtis grew up as pageboy in Congress, from age 12 to 17. He attended Dartmouth and later entered the Air Force as a navigator with SAC. Father Curtis then attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where he tied for and split a scholarship with Robert Redford ...
Peter Walker is a native New Yorker known to Broadway audiences through FOLLIES, DEAR WORLD, DRACULA, WHERE'S CHARLEY, INTO THE LIGHT and MY OLD FRIENDS, which garnered him a Drama Desk nomination as Outstanding Actor in a Musical. His favorite film work has been as Salesman ...
Bill Howe is a native of Dallas. He moved to California in its golden days to graduate from LA High School, and UCLA in time to sail the seven seas during the Second World War. After several years of writing film reviews and special material in post-war Manhattan, he returned ...
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