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Emphasizing the radical ideas

“Feore is both delivering the kind of “Music Man” that can attract 1,800 people or more to the Festival Theatre — her own choreography is richly engaging and plenty showy and, on the surface, the show checks every box that any Ontarian might wish — while also emphasizing the radical ideas that lie at the core of Meredith Willson’s musical.

In this production, Hill mentors the young townsperson Tommy Djilas, who is also played by an African-American actor, Devon Michael Brown of course, he turns the world of Marian the Librarian, played with longing and sadness by Danielle Wade, completely topsy-turvy.”