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Monday, April 25, 2005

David and Donny - 1 (First Concert)

Well. to begin with, if you have to ask, “Donny who?” then you’re probably below a certain age. I’m talking about Donny Osmond. Now why, Donny? David has been going to a local production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat for the past 10 years. He loves it! When the Donny Osmond version came out on DVD my brother, John gave it to David. David has watched it gazillion times, so much so, that he got scratches on it and it kept playing certain sections over and over, so now we have our second one. All of this is all going back several years ago.
Now I see this ad that Donny is going to be appearing in the area and I say to my husband that we just have to take David to see him. He rolls his eyes a bit and agrees to go along.
We explain to David that this will be a concert and not a show of “Joseph” but he might do a song from it. During the whole show David’s eyes are transfixed on the stage. After a brief intermission, he has a Q & A segment and comes up the aisle right past us. This is so cool for David and when he does the “Joseph” number, coat and all, David is on Cloud 9 and was so for weeks afterwards.
Oh, and by the way, my husband had to admit that Donny was excellent and that he really enjoyed the show.

Copyright © 2005 Deborah Sharp Loeb



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