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re: "Musical Vaudeville" and the man who spread the Sunshine
Last Edit: WaymanWong 01:27 pm EDT 08/25/21
Posted by: WaymanWong 01:20 pm EDT 08/25/21
In reply to: re: "Musical Vaudeville" and the man who spread the Sunshine - reed23 05:45 am EDT 08/25/21

Thanks again for sharing your many memories of ''Chicago'' and that article about M. O'Haughey and your amazing anecdote about meeting him!

I was so surprised to find that ''To Tell the Truth'' segment. I would've thought ''Chicago'' wanted to keep his identity a secret. The only comparison I can make is, Jaye Davidson and ''The Crying Game'' (1992). Among the comments for the ''To Tell the Truth'' video, ''Aurora Spiderwoman'' posts: ''He's never been equaled in this role. And when he did it again at Long Beach in 1992, he still sounded great.'' (And playing Roxie and Velma at that Long Beach Civic Light Opera revival were Juliet Prowse and Bebe Neuwirth, and Gary Sandy [from ''WKRP''] as Billy, directed by Rob Marshall.)

I hope O'Haughey's still around, now 74, and realizes how fondly he's remembered for bringing his merry Sunshine into our lives.
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