Last weekend, Paul and I saw "The Drowsy Chaperone" at Theater at the Mount. My little brother was in it and it was awesome. The show's premise is that a lonely man sits in his lonely apt., getting all his pleasure from records of his antiquated musicals. He puts on a record of the Drowsy Chaperone from the 1920's, and the show comes to life in his living room.
Since we saw it, I cannot shake the infectious tune of the number "Toledo Suprise". The actors in this video aren't actually nearly as good as those we saw in Gardner at TAM, but they give you a good idea of the musical/thatrical content.
It's a really good play! I'd reccommend it to anybody who gets a chance to see it.
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