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re: "The tunesmith gave permission for Staunton and Cooke to switch around the show’s opening scenes and change one of its songs."
Posted by: lanky 05:36 pm EDT 09/27/22
In reply to: "The tunesmith gave permission for Staunton and Cooke to switch around the show’s opening scenes and change one of its songs." - TheHarveyBoy 08:43 am EDT 09/27/22

Could mean the show opens at the NYC rail station as Dolly delivers her first monologue to Horace, then segues to "I Put a Hand In" or "Just Leave Everything to Me." Opening with Dolly's monologue would focus the show right off the bat. But who knows......
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