John Fugelsang with All the Wrong Reasons

If you’re in New York, John Fugelsang’s one-person off-Broadway show: ALL THE WRONG REASONS –
A True Story of Neo-Nazis, Drug Smuggling and Undying Love
. It sounds like it should be scathing and funny.
Fugelsang has been a vocal opponent of the drug war. Nice to see him bringing it to the theatre.
The show opens tomorrow and runs to early May. Unfortunately, I won’t get to see it. I’m taking a group to New York in late May after it closes.
“bullet” In other interesting theatre news… just thought I’d let you know that I’ve been tapped to do the music for “The Who’s Tommy” at Illinois State University this fall. This is the rock opera [iTunes link] by Pete Townsend and Des McAnuff, which should be very familiar to most of you (for you babies out there too young to remember The Who, it has the song “Pinball Wizard.”) I’ll be conducting the on-stage band as well as being one of the three keyboard players to go along with two guitars, bass, drums, percussion and french horn. The show will open October 5. I’m very excited about it.

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