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Musical Interpretation is a Drag

An Ooinion of the 1776 musical performed at the Tower Theatre.

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Did you see where they are performing "1776" musical about founding fathers in drag by an all female cast from our area at the Tower Theatre.

Wonder if we (the men) could perform 17 versions of Rosie O'Donnell's multiple personality and make it a musical.

It is just strange that they couldn't have hired half of the cast as men just to show some cooperation amongst sexes. A real gender bender in my view!

Founding fathers would roll over in their graves!

Jan Tuckerman of sunriver should be ashamed!



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