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Clarence Brown

Clarence Brown

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  • "Black Pearl Sings"

    • Ruth Coburn
    • 2012-03-04

    Tracy Halter was absolutely a "show steal-er" in last nights performance of "Black Pearl Sings"!! I felt like she gave 200 % to the performance and displayed talent that could easily make a Broadway Production. The story line was wonderful and I could even see tears in her eyes when she was giving the tribute to her dead daughter. What a VOICE..... God given talent, no doubt and she uses it so easily!! Each and every song seemed to flow and her part with the audience participation was 'just natural' for her. Not sure just anyone could have accomplished that task. Thank you for casting such talent at Clarence Brown. I must say, one of my favorite parts, was when the ladies did the song and "motions" to the "Little Patty"song.... that was excellent. Both actresses were out standing. Hat's off to this fantastic production of "Black Pearl Sings". Thank you, Ruth Coburn

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