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By Matt Kibbe
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - David Caddick
Over the past quarter of a century, 37 different actresses have played the female lead in "The Phantom of the Opera" on Broadway. All 37 have been dressed by one woman: Erna Dias.
The afternoon performance of "Mary Poppins" was marked by loud yips, shouts and moans _ and that was just fine.
"It keeps going because people want it to keep going," says Caddick, who leads the show's tours as well. "We have an audience that keeps coming back, and a new audience who have never seen it, and everyone's very grateful for that."
"The power of the story remains," said David Caddick, the music supervisor. "We changed some elements to avoid a sensory overload but it doesn't in any way diminish it for the other family members."