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Page 82 - 10 Years! The Story of The Cape Breton Summertime Review

Published by Ronald Caplan on 1995/6/1 (202 reads)

Natalie MacMaster--again, out of the Leon arrangement. And I remember, we even hid Natalie. And then it was cho? reographed, at the end of the opening kind of medley, the break--and Natalie! And boom! Right off the top. Big mo? ment, too. Just kicking her right in, right in your face, you know. It's not been anybody riding on anybody else's coattails. We've given, and we've taken. Natalie, for instance. Just to get her to take a bow, after having played her fiddle tune, was something foreign to her. This whole concept of lights, curtains, set--and stand, take your bow, pause, move off--wasn't some? thing in the nature of what fiddlers do.... She was certainly a professional and she was earning her money and she was doing well. But just that show-biz-y element--I think that she took a leap. Through our show. And I think she'll admit that. That she learned a lot about stage? craft, and about audience and stuff. And because--right back to the Boardmores, right up through--there was still that dis? cipline of theatre, and in presentation. And that you do orchestrate how you are going to look, move. Without making it stilted.... Max MacDonald: We also, as well as argue (each year's Revue) into shape and defend it into shape, we also mutually respect it into shape. And we also have a lot of peo? ple who are really talented in this commu? nity, as songwriters especially, who help us to do that. By creating pieces of mate- Richard Burke as Placebo Dominion in 1993, backed by fiddlers Krista and Tara Lynne Touesnard • Doris Mason at the keyboard rial that are just so good that they make our job a lot easier. Sometimes the arguments are about which piece of fabulous material is better than Functional Stoneware and Custom Dinnerware Turnstone Pottery WHEELTHROWN Studio and Showroom on the Harbour 226-3004 Arichat on Ouellette. Potter ISlC MadaiTie St? Peter's Campground Route #4 St. Peter's • Playground 2 Pools • Recreation Hall • Arcade • 3-Way Hookup • Cable TV ? Showers • Laundry • Open June 1 to October 30 Tenters Welcome! STAFF ON DUTY 24 HOURS 535-3333 FAX s3S-a2oa Richmond County *s Route 4 "I took the road less travelled by ...and that has made all the difference.** -Robert Frost LYNN'S FLOWERS & GIFTS ''Something Special for Someone Special" Flowers & Gifts for Any Occasion ;ft' Crafts & Craft Supplies Souvenirs Fruit Baskets Balloons & Balloon Bouquets P.O. Box 88 ST. PETERS BOE 3B0 (902) 535-2377 St. Peters Drug Store Ltd. Don Stone, Ph. C, Proprietor Open 6 Days a Week Monday to Friday open until 8 p.m. Saturday open until 5 p.m. 535-2203 St. Peters, Richmond County, N. S. SiCcTc'' Morrison 'uneraC 9{otm PRE-ARRANGEMENT INFORMATION AVAILABLE Serving the community for over 35 years zuitft sympathy and understanding. Providing a supportive environment rvith quiet efficiency. P 0 Box 10 • ST PETER'S • 535-2119 A wonderful place to live, work, visit, & invest!
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