PHOTO CALL: Ready For Her Close-Up: Williamson, Dilly & Chenoweth At Music Man Opening

News   PHOTO CALL: Ready For Her Close-Up: Williamson, Dilly & Chenoweth At Music Man Opening
 
The Music Man's Mayor's wife, Ruth Williamson, strikes a Norma Desmond-esque pose at the April 27 opening night party for her show. At right, good friends Erin Dilly (most recently of the Martin Guerre tour) and on-her-way-to-TVland and 1999 Tony Award winner Kristen Chenoweth.
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The Music Man's Mayor's wife, Ruth Williamson, strikes a Norma Desmond-esque pose at the April 27 opening night party for her show. At right, good friends Erin Dilly (most recently of the Martin Guerre tour) and on-her-way-to-TVland and 1999 Tony Award winner Kristen Chenoweth. The Music Man celebrates small-town Iowa in 1912, a salesman's drive to succeed, a spinster's dreams of a quality man and true romance, and a child's wish to be special with such classic Meredith Wilson tunes as "Trouble," "Seventy-Six Trombones," "My White Knight," "Gary, Indiana" and "Goodnight, My Someone." Craig Bierko stars as conman Harold Hill with Rebecca Luker as Marian the librarian.

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