One....singular sensation



My acting resume says: Actor - Singer - Dancer

In that order.

I’m confident that I can act, whether it be comedy or drama. I can also sing. Not classically trained like the opera singer Enrico Caruso, mind you, but more like Ethel Merman. I have what’s called, “a stage voice.” Meaning, I can BELT out a song so the audience members in the last row can hear me. I don’t read music, but I have a good ear.

On the other end of the spectrum, my weak spot has always been when it comes to dancing.

Now I can dance, but there’s a big difference between a God-given gifted dancer, and a person who can BULLSHIT his way into making the audience THINK I’m a dancer.

(yeah, that’s where acting comes in handy)

I’ve got good rhythm and a very flexible chassi, but it takes me FOREVER to learn a dance combination because I don’t contain the psyche of a true dancer. Nevertheless, once I learn it I can LOOK like a dancer.

It just take me until hell freezes over.

I remember seeing the original Broadway musical A Chorus Line in NYC, back in 1975, and thinking to myself, “OMG….if I could only dance like that!”

In shows’ finale, the dancers perform a spectacular number called, One, in which they are all decked out in top hats and gold glittery tuxedos.

It’s beyond exciting! You literally get chills watching it.

For those of you are not familiar A Chorus Line is, it’s a fabulous musical based on the real-life stories of professional dancers. The musical takes place during an audition for a new show that’s being produced, as the audience watches the process of what dancers go through on a chorus line. Each dancer tells their life-story through song and dance. It’s both humorous and heartbreaking.


Now what’s really ironic, is that many years later while performing as a professional actor in Florida, I was asked to take on one of the roles for a production of A Chorus Line that was being produced in Orlando, since the guy who had initially been cast dropped out for another dancing job. I had my apprehensions about taking on the part because I knew how intricate the dance numbers were.

However, I decided to take on the challenge and do it anyway.

Once rehearsals started I knew I was in over my head, because all the other cast members where learning the dance numbers in one or two rehearsals, yet I was lagging behind like a confused little puppy dog. And what made it worse was that the director/choreographer had no patience, and it was quite evident that he was NOT HAPPY with having me in the cast.

So, by the end of the first week of rehearsals, I had a talk with him and said that I thought he should recast my role because there was no way I could learn the dances as quickly as he wanted.

And (letting out a sigh of relief) he agreed.

However, whenever I see that show, I always imagine myself in the finale; wearing a top hat and gold glittery tuxedo, singing, “One….singular sensation….every little step she takes…….”

*and please notice me in the FRONT of the line*




*Here's a short clip of part of the finale at the Tony awards


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  1. I only have ONE thing to say-- You're AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Well one can't be good at Everything Ron. ;)

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  3. Takes a special person to know when they're in over their head and humbly admit it.

    I get snagged in the 'admit it' part.
    Darn ego......

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  4. I can imagine you there as well :)

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  5. If anyone should be front and center in a gold tux, it should be you! Regardless of your slow learning, I think you would have been amazing.

    There were some performers at a show in Universal this weekend that were just incredible, I envy their talent and physical ability. I'm thinkin' you could have been right there with them - even if it took you a few more weeks to learn the steps! ;)

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  6. Bonjour Leesa~

    Thank you, my friend!

    And so are YOU!

    "One...singular sensation!

    Thanks for stopping by, Leesa! Happy Monday to ya!

    X

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  7. Good Morning Akelamalu~

    "Well one can't be good at Everything Ron."

    So true, m'dear!

    *damm it!

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    Thanks for stopping by! Have a super Monday!

    X

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  8. Goooood Morning Mel~

    "I get snagged in the 'admit it' part.
    Darn ego......"

    *raising my hand*

    Meeeee too!

    Grumble...grumble....

    HA!

    Always great seeing ya, dear lady! Thanks for stopping by.

    Happy, happy Monday to ya!

    (((( Mel )))))

    X

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  9. Helloooooooooooo Casdok~

    *jumping up and down*

    It's soooooo great too see ya, dear lady!

    awwww...thank you! Maybe one day when they do the revival of A Chorus Line (with a cast of 50 year olds and over) I'll get my chance!!!

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    Thank you for stopping by! Hope all is well for you and C!

    Have a marvi Monday!

    ((( Casdok + C )))))

    X

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  10. Good Morning Nitebyrd~

    *blushing*

    awwww....thank you!

    I feel grateful that I at least got to rehearse the finale and learn a couple of those steps.

    "One....singular sensation...."

    *kick, step, ball-change*

    "There were some performers at a show in Universal this weekend that were just incredible, I envy their talent and physical ability."

    OMG, I agree! When I was living in Florida a good friend of mine (who worked at Disney) use to take me in the park to watch the various stage shows. My favorite one was "The Dick Tracy Show." And talk about AMAZING dancers!!!

    They ROCKED!

    Thanks for stopping by, Sis! Hope you're having a super Monday!

    X

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  11. Given time I'm sure you would have been a start on that stage. I loved dancing, but not that sort. Ballroom dancing was my thing, that way I could be sure of having someone hold me up when I got tired.

    'I’ve got good rhythm and a very flexible chass'

    Oh Wow!

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  12. You can dance!!!!! Yay, yay and yay! Can you hear me roaring out of joy, all the way from Paris? So, when do we set up a show? Paris or New York, as you wish my dear!

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  13. Yeah baby! Glittery sparkly sensation!

    I can see where acting can fuel the performance after a dancer masters the mechanics of the choreography.

    But still that is a whole lot of work. I admire the way that dancers, particularly classical, create gorgeous lines in space with their bodies, singularly and in combination with others. Makes me catch my breath in amazement.

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  14. Good Afternoon Valerie~

    Awwww, shucks...thank you, dear lady!

    " I loved dancing, but not that sort. Ballroom dancing was my thing, that way I could be sure of having someone hold me up when I got tired."

    OMG...I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to watch ballroom dancing. It's so beautiful and I think it's FAAABULOUS you can do it. You GO, girl!

    Have you ever seen the movie, "Strickly Ballroom?" or "Shall We Dance?"

    Grrrrrrrrreat movies!!!

    "'I’ve got good rhythm and a very flexible chass'

    Oh Wow!"

    Bwhahahahahahaha!

    Aren't I silly?

    Thanks for stopping by, Valerie! You're comments are always so enjoyed!

    Have a lovely Monday!

    X

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  15. Bonjour Susu~

    OMG, I am sooooooo happy you stopped by because I was thinking of YOU the whole time I was putting this post together. I know that YOU ARE A DANCER! And I bet a GREAT one, because I can tell from your modeling photos!

    So you know what I mean when I say, "containing the psyche of a true dancer." YOU have that!

    "So, when do we set up a show? Paris or New York, as you wish my dear!"

    Oh goodie....I was hoping you would say that! Tell ya what....let's do BOTH. Six months in Paris, and six months in New York. What do you say?

    And let do TOPLESS dance show, ok?

    Bwhahahahahahahaha!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, beautiful lady!

    Hope you're having a maaaaavalous Monday!

    X

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  16. Hola Diane~

    "Yeah baby! Glittery sparkly sensation!"

    Yeah, GO Ron, GO!

    And you KNOW how excited "glitter" makes a gay man. I mean, MORE excited than watching reruns of "I Love Lucy."

    Bwhahahahahahaha!

    "I can see where acting can fuel the performance after a dancer masters the mechanics of the choreography."

    Absolutely. The two go hand in hand.

    "I admire the way that dancers, particularly classical, create gorgeous lines in space with their bodies, singularly and in combination with others. Makes me catch my breath in amazement."

    OMG, me too! I can sit and watch dancers dance for hours. I soooo admire them. One of my friends was a dancer at a company here in Philly called "Philadanco." Their shows were amazing! Jazz, ballet, modern...all in one!

    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, dear lady!

    Always look forward to your comments.

    Have a beautiful Monday!

    X

    P.S. I'm really enjoying your new blog!!

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  17. Ron, I think we all are our own worst critics. We see the flaws in ourselves that others don't always see. Maybe it's because we know ourselves better than everyone else. You might think you don't have the dance skills that others have, but yet, you have more skills than most people. After all, who can act, sing and dance? Certainly not me.

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  18. Front and center my Friend, I have faith that you would have been number one had you stayed with it, looking back see how well you look all dressed up in the front there, I could not have pulled it off and looked that good myself.

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  19. Yes, there you are in the front line, Ron! Bravo! Your triple threat is in top form! ;)

    I loved A Chorus Line! At one time it held the record for number of performances, I believe? Its story of living one's dream and passion, I believe, is universal, and the dancing and singing were stunning!

    Thank you for sharing such magic! Have a wonderful day, Ron! :))

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  20. Howdy Jimmy~

    "looking back see how well you look all dressed up in the front there, I could not have pulled it off and looked that good myself."

    Oh yes you could have, my friend. Hey, can you imagine if the TWo of us were in the front line with our beards and moustaches; kicking our legs in air? We'd be a smashing success!

    "TWO...singular sensations..."

    Hahahahahahahahahaha!

    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, bud! Hope you're having an awesome day!

    X to you and Cindy!

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  21. Helloooooo Petra~

    "Your triple threat is in top form!"

    OMG, how funny! Yeah, especially with my moustache. That's an additional threat, don't you think?

    Bwahahahaahahahaha!

    "I loved A Chorus Line! At one time it held the record for number of performances, I believe? Its story of living one's dream and passion, I believe, is universal, and the dancing and singing were stunning!"

    So you've seen it? Isn't it freaking wonderful? And you're right, at one time it held the record for the longest running show. I've seen it probably 7-8 times and loved it every time!

    I agree....the story is totally universal. Anyone can relate to it.

    Always sooooo FAB to see your comments, dear friend! Thank you for stopping by!

    Hope you're having ONE...singular sensation MONDAY!

    *step, kick, pivot, touch, turn*

    X

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  22. Hiya Matty~

    Howdy neighbor!

    " I think we all are our own worst critics. We see the flaws in ourselves that others don't always see. Maybe it's because we know ourselves better than everyone else."

    You're so right. We can be our own worst critics at times.

    Awwww...I bet you can act, sing, and dance too!

    And I bet you were singing and dancing when the Phillies won this weekend, hu? I didn't watch the game, but I heard it was fabulous. However, being in the city I heard all the CHEERING!

    Thanks for stopping by! Always great to see ya!

    Go Phillies!

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  23. I so admire you for having the guts to say I can't do this. That takes way more cajones than I have. I also admire the fact that you can sing and dance AT ALL. I so was born was NO rhythm at ALL. I have no talent god given or otherwise. I used to be in the drama club and got to be in a couple of plays but usually stuck to makeup and costuming because I just wasn't up to snuff. I so wish I could dance. I keep threatening hubby that we are going to take dance lessons but I'd probably end up hurting him and myself!

    PS I LOVE Chorus Line

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  24. Good Evening Peg~

    OMG, so you've SEEN A Chorus Line? Isn't it a spectacular show? It still remains one of my all-time favorites. That, and "Evita."

    I think if the choreographer had been more patient, and had more time to rehearse, I would have stuck with the show. However, I knew he needed someone who could pick up the dance steps quickly, which is why I told him I can't do this.

    You use to be in the drama club? Me too!!! And I didn't always just act, some shows I helped out with makeup and costumes, and also backstage stuff. I just LOVED being involved with theater in any capacity.

    "I so wish I could dance. I keep threatening hubby that we are going to take dance lessons but I'd probably end up hurting him and myself!"

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! But something tells me you two would end up being faaaaaabulous dancers. I can just tell!

    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, Peg! Always great to see your comments.

    Hope you had a great day!

    X

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  25. what's up ron! i would LOVE to see you in a play - even though i don't do musicals. reason being, when i'm going through ****, i don't stop and belt out a song. that's not real life, i cry!

    look at you on the front line. ha. too funny sir!

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  26. Greetings V Girl~

    "reason being, when i'm going through ****, i don't stop and belt out a song. that's not real life, i cry!"

    HAAHAHAHAHAAHAHA! I know. So many people feel the same way about musicals, so I can totally understand your sentiment. However, A Chorus Line is not like your average musical where people break out into a song, like the show Oklahoma (which I hate, btw), it's more like watching people sing/perform individual numbers through song and dance.

    "look at you on the front line."

    Aren't I bitchin' hot???

    Bwhahaahhaahahaha!

    Thanks for stopping by, girl! You're a riot!

    Hope you had a marvi Monday!

    X

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  27. Wow, you have great gams! I always dreamed of being a Rockette. I had the long legs but like you, couldn't quite figure out how to use them.

    Love this number!

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  28. Dang, I'm jealous I can't dance AT ALL...can't act either so guess there's no faking it!!!

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  29. Hiya Chrissy~

    "Wow, you have great gams!"

    Oh I know, aren't you GREEN with envy?

    Bwhahahahahahahahaha!

    "I always dreamed of being a Rockette."

    *jumping up and down*

    OMG, me too! I remember seeing the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall in NYC when I was still in grammar school and thought, "One of these days I'm going be one of those girls!!!"

    Bwhahahahahahhaha!

    Needless to say, I never was.

    Isn't the number GREAT? And this is only a short version of the number. You should see the whole thing, it's SPECTACULAR!

    Thanks for stopping by, girl!

    Hope you had a super Monday with Bern and Vinny!

    X ya's!

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  30. Hola Suzi~

    "Dang, I'm jealous I can't dance AT ALL...."

    Oh, I bet you're just kidding me. I bet you're a phenominal dancer, but just don't wanna BRAG!

    I bet you and Peg were like the "Shirley Temple Sisters!"

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    Thanks for stopping by, dear lady! Hope you had a flawless Monday!

    X

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  31. "and please notice me in the FRONT of the line"

    Heh...you made beer come out of my nose. Too much!

    It's funny how people think that acting is easy. I used to think that way until I was volun-chosen to appear in a commercial for my work. There I was, standing in the data center room and the director says "just do what you normally would", and I freeze. "What do I normally do?" I thought to myself. I mean, how exciting is it to watch a guy hook up a crash cart and parse through error logs? I could curse at the computer and spice this scene up with a bit of conflict. I could lovingly caress the case of the server and inject a bit of compassion into the scene. Or I could break down and cry at the thought of losing my job because a misconfigured RAID design caused an irrecoverable crash.

    But no....I walked up to the server, powercycled it, then walked away. I was not asked back for a second take. I was "too detached" said the jerk filming.

    Now that I think about it, I *should* have kicked up my heels and started singing. I could have been in a commercial. Shoot....

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  32. I friggin' LOVE A Chorus Line. I put that song "Oh I hope I get" all the time, and I am far from a dancer or singer, but when that song comes on, I feel it. I dance very much like Elaine from Seinfeld, but I really bust it out when that song comes on.

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  33. You've got such great gams my dear. I would love to be able to do any one of those three things. While I don't have a tin ear, I'm pretty bad when it comes to the singing department.
    I like to think that showing the horse is like acting or dancing for that matter. The two of us are in the ring (on the stage) and we are dancing together. It is pretty magical when it all goes right.

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  34. OMG!! Ethel Merman!
    I do Ethel Merman type singing for Hope and she loves it, all that exaggerated sound
    I am also intrigued by your flexible chassi - sounds sexy

    A Chorus Line is a fantastic show and 'One' gives me the chills every time I see it

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  35. Howdy Herman~

    Bwahahahahahahahahha! OMG, your entire comment made me HOWL!!

    "I was not asked back for a second take. I was "too detached" said the jerk filming.

    You are a RIOT, man!

    Heh.....you made my morning coffee come out of my nose!!!

    It's funny, because I find that acting in film is so much more difficult (for me, anyway) than on the stage. Some actors have a natural ability for film, others for the stage. It's two totally different techniques. My ability has always been more for the theater. Like you, whenever I've gotten in front of a camera, I would get all self-conscious.

    I love the excitement of acting LIVE in front of an audience. It's scary, yes, but also invigorating!

    Thanks sooooooo much for stopping by and sharing on this post, buddy!

    "Now that I think about it, I *should* have kicked up my heels and started singing. I could have been in a commercial. Shoot...."

    You GO, boy!

    Have a super Tuesday!

    X

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  36. Goooood Morning Vodka and Ground Beef~

    Isn't A Chorus Line faaaaaaaaabulous?

    "I put that song "Oh I hope I get" all the time, and I am far from a dancer or singer, but when that song comes on, I feel it. I dance very much like Elaine from Seinfeld, but I really bust it out when that song comes on. "

    Bwhahahahahahahaha! TOO FUNNY!

    Oooo...oooo...I LOVE "Oh I hope I get it" too! I rememeber listening to the soundtrack in my apartment and pretending that I was in the show. I didn't know any of the dance steps, but I didn't care - HA!

    Thanks for stopping by, girl! Always a JOY seeing ya!

    Have a rockin' dancin' Tuesday!

    X

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  37. Hiya Jen~

    "You've got such great gams my dear."

    Awwww, shucks....THANK YOU!

    "I like to think that showing the horse is like acting or dancing for that matter. The two of us are in the ring (on the stage) and we are dancing together. It is pretty magical when it all goes right."

    Yes! Yes! Showing the horse can be EXACTLY compared to what it feels like to being onstage, so I know you understand what I mean about that magical feeling of performing/dancing/showing LIVE.

    Isn't it GREAT? There's no feeling like it!

    Thanks for stopping by and sharing, my friend!

    Have a wonderful Tuesday!

    X

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  38. Good Morning Lady Dianne~

    "OMG!! Ethel Merman!
    I do Ethel Merman type singing for Hope and she loves it, all that exaggerated sound."

    Bwhahahahahahahahaha! OMG, I can just SEE you doing that and having the time of your life, and Hope applauding you on, saying, "You GO, Nana Ethel!!"

    "A Chorus Line is a fantastic show and 'One' gives me the chills every time I see it."

    Isn't it the BOMB?

    "I am also intrigued by your flexible chassi - sounds sexy."

    Yes, it IS sexy. Kinda like the chassi on a Chevy Impala driving over a cobble stone street!

    Bwhahahahahahahahaha!

    Always so wonderful seeing you, dear lady! Thanks for stopping by and sharing a laugh!

    Have a super Tuesday!

    X to you and the gang!

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  39. ron all I can say is "You are one singular sensation!" I have never met you in person but I can just imagine you belting it out a la Ethyl Merman! I can only imagine that your energy and spirit spills all over your audience and keeps them engaged in any performance you do. I have seen many shows and it is the energy with which the performers do their jobs that either makes it or breaks it. There is nothing worse than a flat lead. I am sure you are anything but. Who knows maybe one day I will get to see you perform under the bright lights in the "Big City."

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  40. Goood Morning Susi~

    Oh, if you were here right now I would give you a BIG hug and a SMOOCH!

    ((((( Susi ))))

    *smooch*

    Thank you for your sweet and awesome comment, my friend. I love performing onstage and hope to one day return, even if it's just community theater. Acting/performing is one of those things that stays in your blood forever. And it's something that you can pick up at anytime durning your life, and just do. It's like riding a bike...you never forget.

    " have seen many shows and it is the energy with which the performers do their jobs that either makes it or breaks it. There is nothing worse than a flat lead."

    You're absolutely right. Performing live is ALL about the "energy", and can make or break a performance.

    "Who knows maybe one day I will get to see you perform under the bright lights in the "Big City."

    *squealing with delight*

    May-be.

    And if you do, I'll get ya FRONT ROW seats - HA!

    Thanks for stopping by, Susie! You're a GEM!

    Hope you're enjoying one SENSATIONAL Tuesday!

    X

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  41. Greetings Phillip~

    It's so great to see you!

    Warm regards to you too, sir!

    Thank you for stopping by. Hope you had a great day!

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  42. A Chorus Line is one of my ALL TIME FAVORITE plays EVER!!!

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  43. Helloooooo Meleah My Libra Friend~

    OMG...it's sooooooo GREAT to see ya, girl!

    Isn't A Chorus Line the best EVER????

    One...singular sensation!

    Thanks sooooo much for stopping by.

    Hope you're feeling better!

    (((( Meleah ))))

    X ya!

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  44. Hi there Ronnie,
    Now, I remember A chrus line well. I don't think that you are the only one saying " boy, if I could only do that!". The young ladies may have been looking at the beautiful and long legged dancers with the same regrets!
    Alas, nature made me not like that physically, so I too have to make do with what I have.

    I always knew it that you had it in you to be on that Chorus line, babe! My question to Ronnie: if one day you were approached by a company to do a local production( onsidering you had the time), would you do it?

    I think that your friends here would be clapping louder than anyone!

    xoxo

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  45. Bonjour Barbara~

    Isn't A Chorus Line FANTABULOUS????

    And it's funny that you said...

    " boy, if I could only do that!".

    Because there's a number in the show called,
    "I Can Do That."

    "My question to Ronnie: if one day you were approached by a company to do a local production( onsidering you had the time), would you do it?"

    And my answer would be YES!

    However, since I'm waaaaaaay past the age of being any of the characters in the show, it would have to be a 50 and over production of A Chorus Line - HA!

    We could tour all the geriatric communities in Miami Beach, Fla!!

    Thanks for stopping by, my friend! Hope you're having a swell week. The weather here in Philly is so gorgerous. Fall is finally here!!

    Have a great Wednesday!

    xoxo

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  46. Eh, that director didn't know what he was missing!!!! And that photo... you look fabulous, darling!
    I have seen the movie but never saw the live show. :( I'm sure it was thrilling.
    Unfortunately, I cannot sing or dance. Infact for my daughter's wedding this weekend I bought black velvet slippers because there is noooo freaking way I'm doing the Chicken Dance in heels.

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  47. Hiya Crystal Chick~

    Awwwww...thank you, dahling! I have the photo ENLARGED and framed, and hanging on my wall.

    Bwhahahahahahahahaha!

    Yes, I've seen the movie too (and enjoyed it), but the show (because it is live) seems more thrilling.

    "Infact for my daughter's wedding this weekend I bought black velvet slippers because there is noooo freaking way I'm doing the Chicken Dance in heels."

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA....OMG, that made me LAUGH out loud, the Chicken Dance!!!

    Thanks for stopping by, M! Always a delight to see ya!

    Hope you had a wonderful Wednesday!

    X

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  48. A Chorus Line is one of my all-time favorite Broadway musicals. I've seen it many times and enjoy it as if seeing it for the first time.

    I too wish I could dance like that.

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  49. Greetings Greg~

    Welcome! Thank you for stopping by and sharing a comment. Nice to meet you!

    Ditto! Everytime I see it, it's like viewing it for the first time. And I STILL get just as excited!

    Please stop by anytime, you're always welcomed!

    Enjoy your weekend!

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  50. this is another great post, ron, and i don't think i left you a comment because i don't remember seeing your sweet little face in the chorus line!! I must check out that site, you make such funny posts based on those things you make....i remember seeing the show a long time ago and yes, i remember "one singular sensation" and i am not a dancer, singer, actor but i think i could sing and act, act for sure, if i had been led in that direction---surely i would have died of a heroin or cocaine overdose too as i have no sense of right and wrong, well i DIDN'T have any way back when....now i am content to sit up here and look out over the world in peace and quiet, drawing, etc... i love to read your stories as they are so different from my own path in life. xoxoxxo and i think i wasn't as behind as i thought :)

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  51. Hello Dearest Linda~

    Isn't A Chorus Line faaaaaabulous? I can watch it over and over again, and STILL feel the same excitement I had when I saw it for the very first time! It's brilliant!

    Oh, dear friend....I bet you would have been STUPENDOUS! Knowing your sense of creativity, art, and sensitive nature, I bet you'd make one hell of a natural actor!

    It's fun to read each other blogs and discover different life stories/paths that are not familiar to our own, isn't it?

    Thanks for stopping by, dear friend!

    (((( Linda ))))

    xoxoxoxxo

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