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December 19, 2013

'Legends' at TPR

PORTSMOUTH — The Players Ring in Portsmouth will play host to “Legends: The Music Of Judy Garland” written and performed by Kelly Caufield. The show is co-written and directed by Brian P. Allen with musical direction and arrangements by Victoria Stubbs. Michael Lynch is the Production Stage Manager.

“Legends: The Music Of Judy Garland” will feature many of Garland’s most well known songs as well as a few surprises. The show is highlighted with a couple of major medleys –one devoted to her movie music and one devoted to her Gershwin recordings. Caufield will interpret songs from a number of great composers including Irving Berlin, Harold Arlen and the team of Rodgers & Hart.

Part concert, part cabaret and an all around great show, “Legend” gives audiences a chance to reminisce while hearing all new arrangements of these amazing songs from the American Songbook. Whether you are nine or 90, you will love hearing great tunes such as: “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,”“ Stormy Weather,”“ Johnny One Note,”“ Come Rain or Come Shine,” and Rock-a-bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody.”

The show will play December 27-29 for three performances: Friday and Saturday at 8:00 p.m., and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $15.00 for adults and $12.00 for senior citizens and may be reserved by calling 603-436-8123, or going to the Players Ring website, http://www.playersring.org/.

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