PITTSFIELD, MASS. (AP) - James Taylor is out to prove he can do more than write a catchy tune.
The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter is taking up acting after more than four decades in the music industry. Taylor is to play Bob Cratchit next month in a Massachusetts’ theater group’s annual performance of “A Christmas Carol.”
Kate Maguire is artistic director of the Berkshire Theatre Group. She tells The Berkshire Eagle (http://bit.ly/tjda8W) she had to coax the 63-year-old Taylor into taking the role. Taylor’s wife, Kim, is returning for her second year as Mrs. Cratchit. Their two sons are also in the production.
The Taylor family has a home in the Berkshires.
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