More from The Beat's interview with Laurie Berkner
The rest of The Beat's Q&A with Chris Trapper
It's been a couple weeks since we wrote (and danced) on CATCO's production of Five Guys Named Moe. Read and watch in all their glory here.
The show continues through May 26, so if you haven't seen it, there's still time. (And besides, The Beat predicts the run will be extended.)
And if you haven't, and are on the fence about attending... check out this entry from the CATCO Facebook page:
So at the end of the show when Four Eyed Moe sings Sister Look Out, we choose three ladies from the audience. He always asks if they have a husband or boyfriend in the audience. One of his choices at the matinee yesterday said she had both. One never knows what will happen when the Moes cut loose.
What more could we add?
Just that Five Guys is the first of three summer musicals CATCO has planned.
We confess we didn't really know much about singer-songwriter Nora Jane Struthers when her puiblicist reached out to us with an interview opportunity. So we did some reading, and some listening/watching. And this song cinched it for us. So gentle and pretty, and about halfway through we started to wonder. Watch for yourself and you'll see what we mean.
Also note the story about her song Mountain Child in our print piece.
All of this is not to say that Ms. Struthers has a predilection for the tragic or macabre, just that she doesn't shy away from telling a story like it is.
Plus she has a thing for vintage dresses and such. She even blogs about it!
What's not to like?
More on the touring production of 'War Horse'
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