|Erik Larson as Billy Bigelow|
Gordon McRae sings Soliloquy from Carousel:
Known as Rodgers and Hammerstein’s favorite of all their collaborations, Carousel tells the beautiful and heartwrenching story of a young woman who falls in love with a roustabout carnival barker. Carousel is based on Ferenc Molnár's Hungarian-language drama, Liliom, which premiered in Budapest in 1909. Except for the ending, the plots of Liliom and Carousel are very similar.
Famous interpreters of Billy Bigelow have included John Raitt, Gordon MacRae, Stephen Douglass, Robert Goulet, Nathan Gunn, Bruce Yarnell, Michael Hayden, Howard Keel and Patrick Wilson.
Don't forget that another Barihunk Nathan Gunn did it at Lincoln Center!ReplyDelete
Erik Larson is beautiful inside and out.ReplyDelete
Is Erik really singing Cole Porter's "So in Love" from KISS ME, KATE during R & H's CAROUSEL? In the Act II Gala Sequence, perhaps? Were you maybe thinking of "If I Loved You"?ReplyDelete
What Dale just said! "So in Love" isn't Carousel or R&H and If Eric is doing Carousel he'd damn well better not bring Cole Porter into it.ReplyDelete