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Foto Feature: Pelham Children’s Theater brings 76 trombones to Pelham with staging of ‘The Music Man’

Meredith Wilson’s ‘The Music Man’ was staged May 10-12 by Pelham Children’s Theater (PCT), which has offered fifth and sixth graders the experience of appearing in musicals for more than 50 years.

The show, which was supported by many dedicated volunteers, featured a multitude of fun numbers.

“It was great to be able to use my voice and hopefully inspire others who want to be involved in theater as well,” said Rhys Ricci, who played Marian Paroo.

Matty Cohn (Winthrop Paroo) said, “It was great meeting new people and being in a supportive environment. A special thank you to directors Jill, Gary, and Chris for always being kind.”

“I loved being in the show and being able to meet so many new people and make a lot of new friends,” said Kendall Clark (Mrs. Paroo).

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Charlotte Cohn, Assistant Managing Editor
My name is Charlotte Cohn, and I am a tenth-grader at Pelham Memorial High School. I love writing, listening to music, and dancing. I have been writing for the Pelham Examiner since 2019.

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