"Life Could Be a Dream"
(L-R) Dylan Godwin (Wally), Mark Ivy (Eugene), Cameron Bautsch (Skip) and Adam Gibbs (Denny)
July 20, 2012
Direct from the George Geary Performance Studio, Top-40 and doo-wop hits from half a century ago as we look at Stages Repertory Theatre’s production of the jukebox musical Life Could Be a Dream. It’s the year 1960, and four guys who used to sing together when they were in high school enter a talent contest, hoping to realize their dream of becoming the nation’s next big rock ‘n’ roll super-stars.
Mitchell Greco (musical director), Steven Jones (piano), Douglas Wright (tenor sax/flute), Alan Richards (electric guitar), Jack Westmoreland (drums), and actors Adam Gibbs, Mark Ivy, Dylan Godwin and Cameron Bautsch talk with Bob Stevenson.
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