THAT OLD FEELING
Music by Denis King - Book and Lyrics by Richard Harris
Ronald, a widower, finds himself wondering what the rest of life holds for him. Then his friend Horace tricks him into a night out at a ballroom dancing club, and he meets Bernadette. But the path of true love is never easy, and even trickier when there’s family as well as personal baggage involved – not to mention trying to control your two left feet.
Licensed by arrangement with The Agency (London) and Macnaughton Lord Representation.
First performance October 2009 at The Mill at Sonning, Berkshire
Director: Alvin Reekoff
Design: Eileen Diss
Costumes: Jane Kidd
Choreographer: Joseph Pitcher
Lighting: Matthew Biss
Music Director: Jo Stewart
Arrangements: Denis King
CAST (5 M 4 W)
Col Farrell, Glyn Kerslake, Lisa Hull, Shona Lindsay, Darren Machin, Geoff Aymer, Trudie Goodwin, Lewis Barnshaw, Eileen Battye
MUSICAL NUMBERS (demos)
Fact of the Day
The first song Denis ever wrote, music and lyrics, he called himself Andy Prince--for reasons he is now unable to recall--but it was recorded by Doris Day.
Something You Learn To Live With - John Kirk vocal