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Barry played "Arnold Needham" in









at
The Norris Theatre For The Peformning Arts

NO SEX PLEASE, WE'RE BRITISH
Opening Night! Friday, January 29 at 8pm
Saturday, January 30 at 8pm
Sunday, January 31 at 2pm
Friday, February 5 at 8pm
Saturday, February 6 at 8pm
Sunday, February 7 at 2pm


The young bride of an assistant bank manager innocently sends in a mail order for some
Scandinavian glassware. What arrives is Scandinavian pornography. Mayhem ensues when the
veritable floods of pornography, photographs, books, and films threaten to overtake the happy
couple. The matter is considerably complicated by the man's mother, his boss, a visiting bank
inspector, a police superintendent and a misguided friend who does everything wrong in his
reluctant efforts to set everything right, all of which works up to an explosive ending involving many
a slammed door! This farce ran in London over eight years and also delighted Broadway audiences
.

Norris Center for the Performing Arts
27570 Crossfield Drive
Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274
310-544-0403 ext. 223

Box Office Hours are
Tuesday thru Saturday, Noon to 6 pm
Sunday, Noon to 4 pm
Monday, closed
StageSceneLA  http://stagescenela.com/html/no_sex_please__we_re_british.html
....Pearl too plays beautifully against type as fussy Mr. Needham.
--Steven Stanley
January 29, 2010
Barry as Arnold Needham
Barry & Eileene T'Kaye
Kayla
Emerson,
Barry
and
Laura
Thatcher
Barry
and
Nick Santa Maria
looking up an
old friend
Producer James Gruessing, Barry and director
Todd Nielsen
Barry with Rebecca Morris
Brian Stanton and Barry
Jason Hammond and Barry
On April 19 and 25, 2010 Barry was honored to guest with
MUSICAL THEATRE GUILD in their
production of
IRMA LA DOUCE
IRMA LaDOUCE
April 19 & 25, 2010

Music by Margureite Monnot
Lyrics and book
by Alexandre Breffort
English lyrics and book
by Julian More, David Heneker and Monty Norman.

Set in Paris, this French and West End import revolves around Irma, a carefree Montmartre
streetwalker whose life is turned upside down when she falls in love with Nestor le Fripé, a poor law
student, who in order to keep her for himself, assumes the disguise of a rich older man. Although the
film version unbelievably eliminated the songs, the original is much more fun, especially with the
joyous, atmospheric score by Marguerite Monnot.
FEATURING

Chuck Bergman, Dan Callaway, Christopher Carothers,
Robin De Lano, Steven Hack, Joe Hart, David Holmes,
Michael Kostroff, Roy Leake, Jr., John Massey, Jr.,
Barry Pearl, Brandon Michael Perkins, Jeffrey Polk
and
reprising his role from the Original Broadway Production
Rudy Tronto


DIRECTED AND CHOREOGRAPHED BY
Roger Castellano

MUSICAL DIRECTION BY
Ron Colvard

PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER
Art Brickman

ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGERS
Maggie Goddard and Chris Rosko


PRODUCTION COORDINATOR
Susan Watson



ALEX THEATRE

Monday, April 19, 2010: 7:30 PM

Alex Theatre, 216 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale, CA
818-243-ALEX, at the Alex Box Office
or click here!
$40.00


COURTYARD OPENS AT 5:30 FOR MTG SILENT AUCTION
Join us early as the Alex Theatre courtyard is transformed into a Parisian Boulevard!
Bid on amazing theatre memorabilia, art, spa restaurant and theatre packages all to support MTG
programing and youth outreach.



Can't make it Monday? Join us the following Sunday in Thousand Oaks!

SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 2010, 3:00 PM
JANET & RAY SCHEER FORUM THEATER
THOUSAND OAKS CIVIC ARTS PLAZA
2100 THOUSAND OAKS BLVD., THOUSAND OAKS, CA
805-583-8700
or click here!
$38.00
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On the Left
The magnificent Clive Revill, 3rd
from the right, was Bob-Le-Hotu in
the original Broadway production in
1960 / 61
(From the left: Rudy Tronto, also in
the original Broadway production
,
Barry, Clive, Ron Colvard, our
musical director and our illustrious
director, Roger Castellano)
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Below
(From the left: Michael Kostroff,
our Bo-Le-Hotu, David Holmes,
Clive, Barry and John Massey)
Barry Associate Produced
Cabrillo Musical Theatre's
first production of their 2010 season,
HAPPY DAYS: A NEW MUSICAL
Derek Klena, Misty Cotton,
Derek Keeling, Tessa Grady,
Eztevan Valdes
Tessa Grady, Eztevan Valdes,
Derek Keeling, Misty Cotton
and Derek Klena
THE OPENING NIGHT GALA Honoring Garry Marshall, Paul Williams and the cast and creators of
HAPPY DAYS and HAPPY DAYS: A NEW MUSICAL
Garry Marshall, Scott "Chachi" Baio and Barry            Barry with Cathy Silvers ("Jenny Picollo")
George Shapiro, Julie & Sam Bobrick, Arnold Margolin, Barry, Susan
Morgenstern                                                              and Jerry Prendergast
Barry with The Incomparable, Gracious, Loveable and Exceedingly Talented Paul Williams

CABRILLO MUSIC THEATRE
Carole W. Nussbaum, President & CEO • Lewis Wilkenfeld, Artistic Director
presents

HAPPY DAYS: A New Musical

Book by                                    Music and Lyrics by
Garry Marshall                     Paul Williams
Based on the Paramount Television Series, "Happy Days"


Starring

Derek Keeling             Misty Cotton

Derek Klena        John Richard Petersen         Tessa Grady

Benjamin Goldsmith        Dane Biren        Estevan Valdes

Nicholas Leinbach       Will Harris        Holly Long         Jay Weber

and

Tracy Lore

with

Valentine Bezar       Simoné Denise Burch    Callie Carson    Ryyn Chua     Jessie Lee Coffman    

Aubrey Elson    Sarah Girard    Keenon Hooks    Natasha Hugger      Tyler Muhlenkamp   Joe Roth  

              
      Musical Director            
 Associate Producer                
Lloyd Cooper                     
Barry Pearl

Choreographed by
John Charron

Directed by
Susan Morgenstern
Barry did a gig on
Holland America's Statendam,
sailing through the Panama Canal.
(More photos and stories to come)
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