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Thursday, May 28, 2020

Theater Thursday: Marry Harry

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What: Marry Harry

Where: Streaming Musicals www.streamingmusicals.com/#!/browse/film/27688/marry-harry

Mom's view: The latest offering from Streaming Musicals, Marry Harry is a cute story about a couple that meets and fall in love instantly. Still, this is no Romeo and Juliet story.  There is plenty of romance, but the whole issue of love at first sight is dealt with in a much more realistic manner than in the beloved Shakespearean tale. This is not to say that Marry Harry is a less of a good story. In fact, it is a  quite charming, full of humor and mostly fun songs. Right from the cheerful optimistic first notes of the opening song  you are drawn into the story. The acting is good overall. David Spadora in the role of Little Harry is the standout. His portrayal of a son torn between family loyalty and the need to break out on his own and make his own way in the world is extremely believable. The singing voices are mostly nice too. Diane Phelan in the role of  Sherri is the standout here. She has a beautiful voice.  The story is not at all dragged out and the entire show seems to go by in the blink of an eye. In the meantime, it is a definitely an enjoyable way to spend an hour or so.

To view the trailer go to https://youtu.be/6UmeFdFQ7pU

For a quick look behind the scenes go to https://youtu.be/55pThs6srVg

And that's Mom's view.

For more about Marry Harry or to rent or purchase it, visit

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In addition to our regular Theater Thursday posts, more theater related posts can be found in our occasional More Theater Monday and/or Still More Theater Saturday posts.

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