Friday, September 21, 2018

Bullying In Our Culture: WE Have Created This!

Courage is fire, and bullying is smoke. 
Benjamin Disraeli

Happy Friday, September 21st, 2018
September 21 is the 264th day of the year. There are 101days remaining until the end of the year.
It is a rainy overcast day here in New York and as I sit down to write today's blog, I'm listening to  Lee a la V: Veronica Klaus and the Tammy L. Hall Quartet-A Peggy Lee Songbook.
There is so much to celebrate but today, I'm taking a different turn to shed light on a problem that has pervaded every aspect of our culture and that is bullying. We have a man in the White House who ran his entire platform on bullying and continues to do so.
While Rome is burning, Nero is fiddling ( or golfing). FLOTUS began her reign by announcing that her platform would be cyberbullying.
Her announcement was met with huge outcries and derision. After all, her husband has taken
cyberbullying to a high new level.
I know a bully when I see one. I was bullied as a kid and called names even before I knew what some of those names meant. I have even been bullied by a few people as an adult.
It always stings and the only remedy is to try and rise above it.

Of course, bullies have been around since the beginning of time, but I have definitely seen a shift in my lifetime...and not for the better.
It has seeped into every aspect of our culture. I do believe that the current man in the White House is there because of Reality television.
Biff Tannen in Back To The Future II was actually modeled on Donald Trump. I'm not kidding. The filmmakers said so.












An entire generation or more has been exposed to a celebration of a bullying culture. Every reality
The Queen of Mean... but an interesting one
show is based on a theme of one-upmanship.
Someone is going to get kicked off the island. OR your cupcake is not as good as the others. OR 'real' housewives are going to publicly humiliate themselves for the world to see. (thank you, Andy Cohen).
Right now, GOP senators are bullying a woman who was allegedly the victim of an attempted rate by a man who may be our next Supreme Court Judge.
Most of these older White males have already made up their minds. Orin Hatch called Professor Ford "mixed up."
Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA) said on Wednesday that, "Women across this nation should be outraged at what these white men senators are doing to this woman".

Like I've said before. Those who are not angered by what is going on by the man in the White House, just don’t get it, perhaps they never have and at this point, you never will. They probably have never experienced ANY discrimination in their lives. That’s why they can only see this situation up to a certain point.
Nothing about my life has been 'normal. I came into the world bullied. It started with my dad, continued with aunts and uncles, escalated in school, and continued for the first 18 years of my life. It dissipated for the most part as I got older and became solidly aware of who and what I am.  Last
month marked 39 years in New York and I'm devoted the next year focused on the road that has led me to who I
am today, for better or for worse.
I hope my family will forgive my honesty in upcoming posts. Please understand that I love my family. I always have and I always will.
When I left home, it felt like a graduation. I was on my own and I was truly free to be me for the first time in my life. From the moment that I decided I was going to move to New York, every waking moment was focused on that.  I decided on August 5th, 1974, that five years from that date that I would move to New York...AND I did!
When I left home, it was time to move on.
When the day arrived, I could have flown to New York without the aid of the now defunct Piedmont Airlines.
I remember taking my seat and the flight attendant telling me to put my seat back up. Everything in between is a blur.
Stay tuned! There is Much more to come.
Now, go and do something nice for someone without expecting anything in return!


Richard Skipper Celebrates
The Abundant Life

October 14th

1PM Brunch Show

Laurie Beechman Theatre
(Theatre Row, NYC)


Russ Woolley Proudly Presents
Richard Skipper Celebrates
featuring Jeff Harnar, Renee Katz, Marnie Klar, Avery Sommers, AND Haley Swindal Tantlef. Steve Doyle on bass, Erik Lawrence on sax, Daniel Glass on percussion, all under the musical direction of Dana P. Rowe! 



With music, reminisces and an afternoon of fun and show business! 90 minutes of merriment and excitement . . .As we Celebrate the Present, we Honor the Past!

THE LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATRE, 407 West 42nd Street (lower level of the WEST BANK CAFE) Producer: Russ Woolley $30 ticket plus $20 food/beverage minimum - exquisite and reasonably priced food and drink.

Richard Skipper has assembled a great cast to Celebrate and honor . . . RICHARD SKIPPER has become synonymous with "feel good entertainment of the highest quality". For decades Richard has entertained thousands and celebrated the careers of many of Theatre Row’s finest and most honored stars… The afternoon will prove to be an event where all will arrive and leave with smiles! This will be similar to the old-fashioned TV specials and series where we get to chat with and honor this Entertainment Icon.
RESERVATIONS A MUST!
https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/968230
A Few Audience Testimonials about Richard Skipper Celebrates
Congratulations, congratulations, a thousand congratulations" and many, many Thank You's t Richard Skipper for his marvelous performance in "Showtune" at the Madison Theatre. If Jerry Herman had seen it, I have no doubt he would agree that with Richard's rich tenor voice and spectacular stage presence, he was THE perfect performer to get things rolling with "It's Today" … lead us into the Act I finale with "Before the Parade Passes By" … remind us in between that "It Takes a Woman" to bring us the sweet things in life … and, of course, to wrap things up by leading the cast and the enthralled audience with a sing-along of (what else?) "Hello, Dolly!" Working with Richard was a real pleasure and I look forward to the next time, and of course to see Richard perform in the interim! 
~~Bruce Bider, Director, Producer Showtune: South Shore Theatricals, Madison Theatre at Molloy College, Rockville Center, NY


Really KNOWwhat a wonderful gift Richard Skipper gave me in having me perform in Richard Skipper Celebrates. To sing in that beautiful setting (the Laurie Beechman) with that fabulous band (Matthew Martin Ward - piano, Rex Benincasa - percussion, Erik Lawrence - sax, Steve Doyle - bass) and that super-nice audience - so happy, upbeat and warm... This truly was a dream-come-true for me - like walking through a very cool movie :-) but it's real!! I thank Richard Skipper and Russ Woolley from the absolute rock bottom of my heart.I can't stop smiling and they are the culprits :-) 
~~Sheree Sanoo. NYC


Love Richard Skipper Celebrates. Looking forward to new shows! 
~~Bea Sonnenshein, Sparkill, New York
The show is also made possible by Wright Bros. Real Estate. 
You never know who you might see there and what might happen! If you have attended a Richard Skipper Celebrates Event, please add your thoughts in the GuestBook at RichardSkipper.com

With grateful XOXOXs,



 

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Please do what YOU can to be more aware that words and actions DO HURT...but they can also heal and help!  
  Keeping America great through Art!     

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Go Out and See A Live Show!

Life is 10% what happens to us and 90% how we react to it.” – Dennis P. Kimbro

Happy September 19!
September 19 is the 262nd day of the year. There are 104 days remaining until the end of the year.
Today, I am in the zone, connecting with my network and getting my goals met. Today, I thought I would focus on events/show/things that I'm excited about. As I sit down to begin today's blog, I'm listening to Mary Martin singing A Wonderful Guy from South Pacific on the Broadway channel on Sirius XM Radio. Get ready...Let's Celebrate!
A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to catch Stacy Sullivan's celebration of Cole Porter at The Beach Cafe.
She told us early on that this show came about when she was asked to appear at The Beach Cafe when they first opened. Mark Nadler, who was booking at the time, came up with a brilliant idea of having all of the artists booked celebrate Cole Porter on the occasion of his centennial.
Stacy had a very unique take on Porter, sharing his music and sharing with us her thoughts on how he was influenced by other music. I loved it. I hope she decides to record this show and please keep your eyes open for upcoming performances through her Website.

It is time, ladies and gents, to be GOIN' HOLLYWOOD. The shining new demo of the show by
Stephen Cole and David Krane is now available for your listening pleasure. We are so proud of our baby and hope you will love it too. Next stop?
Broadway sounds like a good station! Click HERE for more.

Peter Danish has exactly one week left in their fundraiser for THE BLIND DATE!  MTV, LATV, and other networks have contacted them about running the film!
But its all moot if they don't finish it on time!  PLEASE visit their site and consider making a contribution.  Time is running out! THANKS!

 Paper Mill Playhouse (Mark S. Hoebee-Producing Artistic Director), the recipient of the 2016 Regional Theatre Tony Award, is proud to announce that interior renovations to the historic theater are complete in time for the 80th anniversary season.  The interior of the theater was renovated over the summer of 2018, including replacement of all the theater’s seating.
Theater supporters are invited to contribute to the seat campaign by purchasing a name plaque as part of the theater’s “Name a Seat” fundraiser. This lays the foundation for a greater capital campaign for the Millburn theater.

Downtown supper-club Pangea is gearing up for the momentous events coming up in November with a number of shows from some of the signature artists that remind us how important it is to treat each other with dignity and fairness.
In October the East Village Mecca for cutting-edge cabaret, song, and performance, which The NY Times calls, “a bohemian oasis not unlike the fabled Max’s Kansas City from days gone
Pangea favorite Martha Lorin
by,” presents premieres by Tammy Faye Starlite, Salty Brine, and Rachelle Garniez. And special encores by Raquel Cion, Sidney Myer, Jeremy Lawrence.

Marin Mazzie, the theatre star who created roles in Broadway musicals by Stephen Sondheim, Ahrens and Flaherty, and more, died at 57 on September 13 surrounded by family and friends, following a three-year battle with ovarian cancer. Her death was confirmed to Playbill by her publicist, Kim Correro. Read the Playbill.com article HERE

Alex Rybeck  and Jeff Harnar perform Friday
for their 35th Anniversary Show at The Laurie Beechman Theater at 7pm

“A powerhouse show” Cabaret Scenes)
“Wowza!” (Woman Around Town)
“⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Miss them at your own peril!”
(New York Arts Review)

Tickets:
https://m.ovationtix.com/pr/992057
MAC Discount Code: HARNARMAC NYC appearance of 2018, Byron St. Cyr Swings Down Broadway before he leaves town for a few months for a gig.
This new evening of music celebrates his love for show tunes and jazz with swinging arrangements of his favorites, both old and new.  Byron St. Cyr Swings Down Broadway includes music by Stephen Sondheim, Scott Frankel and Michael Korie, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Flaherty and Ahrens, and many more surprises.  

Kate Baldwin returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below direct from the hit Broadway revival of Hello, Dolly! Hailed as “the redheaded firecracker” (Stephen Holden, New York Times), Kate was nominated for the 2017 Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Awards for her performance as Irene Molloy. Click HERE to order your tickets.

Another Dolly alumni, Jennifer Simard is set to return to The Green Room 42 November 5 and December 17 at 7 PM with encore performances of her new cabaret act Stigma, a night of rock music that reveals a new side to the Tony-nominated performer known for her comedic turns in Mean Girls, Disaster!, and Hello, Dolly!
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Doreen Montalvo Mann,  David Baida,  David Auxier-Loyola, Alison Nusbaum, Jay Rogers, Lisa Yaeger, Wendy Ginsberg Scherl, Justin William Brown, George William, Stacey Todd Holt and more.
Jeff Cubeta Musical directs

Cabaret Cares is back kicking off 13 years with Joseph's Birthday celebration. 13 years ago Joseph decided rather than have a Birthday party or receive gifts, he would put together a show and raise money for children, teens, and youth living with HIV and AIDS in New York City. Joseph would then go on to start Help Is On The Way Today a non for profit organization that continues to work with these children. They provide Backpacks and school supplies for the kids in September, Gifts during the holidays, and other needs the children and families need for a better quality of life.
13 years and 186,000 later Cabaret Cares has helped and serviced over 600 children in New York City.
On September 24th at 7PM, some of Joseph's favorite performers from Broadway and Cabaret will perform in a celebration for his birthday! And he hopes you will join him as he turns 45.
Doors open at 6:30 Showtime 7PM
$15 Ticket plus a 2 Bev Min
Tickets are $20 at the door. Order HERE

Now, go and do something nice for someone without expecting anything in return! 

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With grateful XOXOXs,


 



6 Chorus Girls from the Current Production of Hello, Dolly! are Engaged!
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Richard Skipper, Richard@RichardSkipper.com




Thursday, July 26, 2018

The Road to Oliver at The Goodspeed Opera House

Please, Sir! I Want Some More
-Oliver Twist

July 26th, 2018
Last evening, in a driving rain, we once again made the two-hour drive to the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, Connecticut.
This time, the trip was for Lionel Bart's Oliver!  It's always a trip we dread...Let me explain. There seems to always be traffic issues and construction. However, once we are there, we are transported to the most wonderful experiences. Full disclosure: The Goodspeed Opera House happens to be one of my favorite theatres. I have NEVER seen anything there that I did not love. We always give ourselves plenty of time for a nice leisurely dinner at the Gelston House which is right next door to the theatre. This beloved classic will run through September 8.
This is the first time this classic musical is being presented by Goodspeed. Bounced from workhouse to forced labor, Oliver Twist escapes to the streets where he meets Fagin, the Artful Dodger and a band of child pickpockets. Will he find love,  home, and happiness before it’s too late? Consider yourself part of the family with the colorful international smash that gave the world “Where Is Love?,” “Food! Glorious Food!” and “As Long As He Needs Me.” Oliver! is made possible in part by Liberty Bank, the Lucille Lortel Foundation, Masonicare at Chester Village and The Shops at Mohegan Sun.
Oliver Twist is played by adorable Elijah Rayman.
The role of Fagin will be played by Donald Corren who returns to Goodspeed having previously
appeared in the musical Nöel.
OffBroadway, Donald has performed in The Fantasticks (Jerry Orbach Theatre), Old Jews Telling Jokes (Westside Theatre) and The Soap Myth (Roundabout Black Box). Regionally Corren has performed in
numerous productions including The Fabulous Lipitones (George Street Playhouse), My Fair Lady (The Guthrie Theatre) as well as productions at Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Arena Stage, Old Globe and many more. Opera House was originally built by a local merchant and banker, William Goodspeed. Construction began in 1876 and finished in 1877. Despite the name, it was not, in fact, an opera house, but rather a venue for presenting plays. Its first play, Charles II, opened on October 24, 1877.
After William Goodspeed's death, the opera house fell into disrepair, facing a series of less glamorous uses—from a militia base during World War I to a general store and a Department of Transportation storage facility.

The building is unique for a theater. The theater itself is actually located on the top two floors of the building making for interesting and sometimes difficult scenery and show load-ins.

The scenery is loaded in from the dock area up a vacant elevator shaft that is now outfitted with a winch system to haul the scenery up to the stage level. Much care has to be taken in order to get the scenery up the shaft without scratching or ruining the scenery.
One story told around Goodspeed is that while loading in the scenery for Annie's original pre-Broadway run, a strong gust of wind took a large piece of scenery out of the hands of the loaders and blew it into the Connecticut River. (Source: Wikipedia)

As mentioned earlier, this trip was to see Lionel Bart's Oliver!
Once again, we were not disappointed.
Oliver Twist; or, the Parish Boy's Progress is author Charles Dickens' second novel and was first published as a serial 1837–39. The story centers on orphan Oliver Twist, born in a workhouse and sold into an apprenticeship with an undertaker.
After escaping, Twist travels to
1948's Oliver Twist
London, where he meets "The Artful Dodger", a member of a gang of juvenile pickpockets led by the elderly criminal, Fagin.
Most people know the story and how it unfolds.
It was written one hundred years before my mom was born but would later have a place in my life on various occasions.

Charles Dickens' much-loved tale of a boy growing up in a brutal workhouse for the poor who later ends up living with a gang of pickpockets has been filmed many times. Early
Victorian London comes vividly to life as a place at once terrifying and fascinating, home to all manner of residents - from the evil Bill Sikes to the villainous Fagin and the courageous and good-hearted Nancy.
The 1948 film adaptation is actually the catalyst for Lionel Bart's musical than the actual book. Bart's musical hit the London stages in 1960.
It premiered in the West End in 1960, enjoying a long run, and successful long runs on Broadway, tours, and revivals, after being brought to the US by producer David Merrick in 1963. In 1963 Lionel Bart received the Tony Award for Best Original Score.
London revivals played from 1977–80, 1994–98, 2008–11 and on tour in the UK from 2011-13.
Additionally, its 1968 film adaptation, directed by Carol Reed, was highly successful, winning six Academy Awards including Best Picture.
In 1978, I had my first encounter with Oliver! I was cast as part of the ensemble with The Theatre of the Republic in my hometown of Conway, South Carolina. This would be my fifth and final production with this theatre before coming to New York to pursue my dreams.
This was truly a community theatre which means lots of work for three performances. On the afternoon of the second performance, I got a call from the director telling me that the guy who was playing Noah Claypole was in the hospital and asked if I could go in his place. Although I really did not know the part, I auditioned for this role and didn't get it, I said that if she could come and get me and drill me with the lines I would go on that night. I was also told that if need be, I could take the script on stage with me. Luckily, it did not come to that. I went on and all was great!
The next encounter I had with Oliver! was when I handled the press for the National Asian Artist's Project all Asian production.
NAAP is a community of artists, educators, administrators, community leaders, and professionals. It is a not-for-profit organization that recognizes the need to build bridges between the work of artists of Asian descent, and the many communities that the work can serve, from underserved primary school students to seasoned arts patrons.
My goal with today's blog is to celebrate the various productions over the years. Thank you, Goodspeed, for giving this classic a new exciting life!

Mark Lester in the film, Oliver!
David Merrick brought Oliver! to the Broadway stage, where it premiered at the Imperial Theatre on January 6, 1963. It closed on November 14, 1964, after 774 performances.
The cast featured child actor Bruce Prochnik in the title role alongside Georgia Brown and Barry Humphries, reprising their West End role as Nancy and Mr. Sowerberry, respectively, and Clive Revill as Fagin, replacing Ron Moody. The national tour featured Michael Goodman as The Artful Dodger, but on Broadway the role was played by future Monkee Davy Jones, another veteran of the London production. The Broadway production was a critical success and received ten Tony Award nominations, including Best Musical, Best Actor in a Musical, Best Actress in a Musical and Best Featured Actor in a Musical.
It won the awards for Best Scenic Design, Best Original Score and Best Music Direction. The Broadway production was revived shortly after the original production closed. The revival opened in 1965 and was directed by Peter Coe. It ran at the Martin Beck Theatre for 64 performances, featuring Victor Stiles as Oliver, Robin Ramsay as Fagin, Maura K. Wedge as Nancy, Joey Baio as The Artful Dodger, Dominic Chianese as Mr. Sowerberry, Alan Crofoot as Mr. Bumble, Danny Sewell as Bill Sikes, Bram Nossen as Mr. Brownlow, and Dodi Protero as Mrs. Bedwin.

Clive Revill as Fagin
Georgia Brown, Davy Jones, and Clive Revill appeared performing two musical numbers from Oliver! ("I'd Do Anything" and the Act II reprise of "As Long as He Needs Me") on The Ed Sullivan Show on the evening of February 9, 1964, the same evening that the Beatles made their first U.S. television appearance on that show.

Cameron Mackintosh revived Oliver! in London for the first time in 1977. It played at the Albery Theatre (the renamed New Theatre; now the Noël Coward Theatre), starring Roy Hudd as Fagin, which ran for over two years. This production was totally faithful to the 1960 original version, using Sean Kenny's set. Indeed, the original production's sepia background painted on the rear stage wall was still extant.

Bill Sikes
The 1983 London revival of Oliver! transferred to Broadway in 1984. It opened at The Mark Hellinger Theatre and ran from April 29, 1984, through May 13, 1984, for 17 performances and 13 previews. Ron Moody reprised the role of Fagin and Patti LuPone played Nancy. David Garlick reprised his West End performance as The Artful Dodger, the first British youngster to appear on Broadway since Davy Jones, creating the Equity Exchange Program in the process. The original creative staff was used for this production, including director Peter Coe. For this production, the song "I Shall Scream" was eliminated.

LuPone, in her memoirs, said that the production should have run longer, noting that this production utilized the original sets, costumes, blocking (staging), and direction, and commented:
Ron Moody as Fagin

"Hmm...maybe 'that' was the problem". Moody was nominated for a Tony Award despite the short run. The show only received one negative review; it was from Frank Rich of The New York Times who called the production "likely to hold the attention of only the youngest and most obedient children" and "just dull." It prompted one of the main backers to pull out. The positive reviews were quoted in the ad for the show, including a Clive Barnes quote: "Oliver! is glorious food for Broadway"

And Now The Glorious Players of Goodspeed's Oliver!
Elijah Rayman (Oliver Twist) and Brandon Andrus (Bill Sikes) with Gavin Swartz (The Artful Dodger) and EJ Zimmerman (Nancy) in Goodspeed Musicals’ Oliver!, now playing at The Goodspeed through September 13.

Photo Credit © Photo By: Diane Sobolewski

Now, go and do something nice for someone without expecting anything in return! Treat Them to Two Tix to Oliver!

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Thank you all for A Great Season!

Russ Woolley Proudly Presents
Richard Skipper Celebrates
Enjoy your Summer!

We Return September 9th for Our third Season!

1 PM Brunch Show Laurie Beechman Theater 
We will be celebrating with Bob Diamond, Meg Flather, Doreen Montalvo, Zachary Stains, and Lisa Viggiano. All under the Musical Direction of Tracy Stark.
Tickets Go on Sale August 9th! Let's Celebrate! 

RESERVATIONS A MUST!
https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/10248067
With music, reminisces and an afternoon of fun and show business! 90 minutes of merriment and excitement . . .As we Celebrate the Present, we Honor the Past! 
When and Where:
Sunday, September 9th - 1 PM, Doors open 12:15

THE LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATRE, 407 West 42nd Street (lower level of the WEST BANK CAFE) Producer: Russ Woolley $30 ticket plus $20 food/beverage minimum - exquisite and reasonably priced food and drink. 

Richard Skipper has assembled a great cast to Celebrate and honor . . . RICHARD SKIPPER has become synonymous with "feel good entertainment of the highest quality". For decades Richard has entertained thousands and celebrated the careers of many of Theatre Row’s finest and most honored stars… The afternoon will prove to be an event where all will arrive and leave with smiles! This will be similar to the old-fashioned TV specials and series where we get to chat with and honor this Entertainment Icon. 

Tickets Go On Sale August 9th!
A Few Audience Testimonials about Richard Skipper Celebrates
No one can deliver a show like Richard Skipper. 
Richard Skipper Celebrates Cabaret and Cole June 9th, 2018
His passion and enthusiasm along with his singing and a brilliant roster of performers ......knocked it out of the park!
Thanks for being you, Richard Skipper!
Judy Stewart, American Popular Song Society
PS... Richard is The American Popular Song's good luck charm and I am looking forward to what he produces for us next June as well.

What a fabulous show!! Richard Skipper leads a pack of draw dropping talent that had the packed room constantly on its feet applauding!! Richard was his charming self interviewing the fiercely talented cast, then bringing on stage, out of the audience a young hopeful actress!! Incredible! Best show in town.
Lisa Martinez, Garnerville  NY

Wow! After interviewing Richard Skipper on our
podcast Behind the Curtain: Broadway's Living Legends, I was on Cloud 9. Well, his show put me on Cloud 11! How he is able to create such magical events, time and time again astounds me. Richard Skipper is a national treasure and no one can really call themselves a New Yorker until they have seen a Richard Skipper show. 

Robert W Schneider,robertwschneider.com
Season Three Begins September 9th!
This Show Is Also Made Possible by  Wright Bros. Real Estate, Nyack New York

With grateful XOXOXs,


 



6 Chorus Girls from the Current Production of Hello, Dolly! are Engaged!
Please LIKE (if you do!) and SHARE!

NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED.  FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY!

Please do what YOU can to be more aware that words and actions DO HURT...but they can also heal and help!  
  Keeping America great through Art!     

Here's to an INCREDIBLE tomorrow for ALL...with NO challenges!
Please leave a comment and share on Twitter and Facebook
Keeping Entertainment LIVE!

TILL TOMORROW...HERE'S TO AN ARTS FILLED DAY

Richard Skipper, Richard@RichardSkipper.com
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