Melissa Errico in Bull Durham
The raw sexuality of Melissa Errico in Bull Durham at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta
The first time I saw Michael Crawford in Phantom of the Opera in Los Angeles. His walk was captivating!
Jack Cassidy in Man of La Mancha
I saw this at the Theatre of the Stars in Atlanta, in the early seventies. I felt as if I were watching the man himself. Jack was the quintessential Don Quixote.
Part of me still believes that Doug Henning's levitation in The Magic Show was real. I was among the audience members who were honored to see that show.
Watching Rex Smith perform as the Baron in Grand Hotel was particularly interesting and frightening because I knew I was going to be taking his place in less than a month.
Happening into The Drowsy Chaperone one afternoon with my son and not having any idea what it was going to be about. Absolutely delightful!
Zero Mostel in Fiddler on the Roof
Watching Zero Mostel in Fiddler on the Roof from house seats. Amazing!
Watching Topol in Fiddler on the Roof some 40 years ago after he did the film was astonishing. What a voice!
Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean
Being in the audience for the first week of Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean with Cher. Amazing staging!
Seeing the first incarnation of Forever Plaid. What a delightful romp!
Need I say more?
Watching my buddy Tom Wopat in A Catered Affair. Talk about working against type!
Front row center for Christopher Walken in A Behanding in Spokane and realizing that he is that strange!