The Sounds of Dublin at Binghamton University
| November 12, 2019
The Binghamton University Theatre Department presents the Ahrens and Flaherty musical
‘A Man of No Importance’. Music Director Robin Womersley and Stage Director Tommy Iafrate talk about the play, with a book by Terence McNally, and the themes of friendship and being true to oneself, and the Irish-infused score by the team who wrote ‘Ragtime’, ‘Anastasia’, and ‘Once on This Island.’
Photo credit: Binghamton University Theatre Department
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