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A Little Night Music Curtain Calls

Name: Stephen Bogardus

Role: Fredrik Egerman

Hometown: Norfolk, VA, but I grew up in Riverside, CT.

If you could give your character one piece of relationship advice, what would it be? Youth and beauty are no substitute for age and experience.

What is your favorite song from A Little Night MusicMy favorite is “Send in the Clowns.” It’s is a perfect pairing of music and lyric with the dramatic moment: ironic, bittersweet, heartbreaking, and breathtaking all in one, an achingly sublime “11th hour” number.

 

Name: Aimee Doherty

Role: Mrs. Segstrom

Hometown: Bellingham, MA

What do you admire about your character? Ms. Segstrom listens and observes more than she speaks. I think that’s smart.

What do you think this musical tells us about love and romance? It tells me that love will find a way once you finally surrender to it. There is a hope at the base of the show that I find beautiful.

 

Name: Haydn Gwynne

Role: Desiree Armfeldt

Hometown: A very large village in rural Sussex, England.

What do you admire about your character? I like that she is warm, witty and fun. Spontaneous, self-aware, and despite her apparent selfishness, fundamentally a kind person.

What do you think this musical tells us about love and romance? Love is a wonderful thing. But it gets very messy if you’re not with the right person.

 

Name: Pablo Torres

Role: Henrik Egerman

Hometown: I was born in Bogota, Colombia, but I grew up in South Florida.

If you could give your character one piece of relationship advice, what would it be? I would tell Henrik to take a breath, relax, and remember that he is young; that with time, clarity arises. I would also encourage him to keep an open heart and an open mind.

What is your favorite song from A Little Night MusicIt’s a tough choice, but I would have to say “Every Day a Little Death.” I love the way that it captures the exquisite pain that love can bring and the inexplicable power that that special someone has over us.


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