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Postby DG22894 on Fri Nov 23, 2007 2:22 pm

What are the male leads in these plays?

Bye Bye Birdie
The Wizard of Oz
25th Annual Putnam COunty Spelling Bee
The Drousy Chaprone
Mary Poppins
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Re: Male Leads

Postby Brettzerker on Sat Nov 24, 2007 4:59 pm

For Bye Bye Birdie its definitely Albert Peterson. He has the biggest part by far. He is in almost the whole show.
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Re: Male Leads

Postby sim_oholic on Mon Nov 26, 2007 3:46 pm

In Oz there are quite a few that can be considered leads. The Wizard is the strictly guy part. But the three companions, the Scarecrow Lion and Tinman, are all unisex. I've even seen the Wicked Witch of the West played by a male.
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Re: Male Leads

Postby choreographer82 on Fri Feb 22, 2008 11:13 am

"Bye, Bye Birdie"
Conrad Birdie would also be considered a male lead as well as Albert Peterson

"Spelling Bee"
Chip Tolentino, William Barfee, and Leaf Coneybear would be "leads"

"Drowsy Chaperone"
"Man in Chair", Robert Martin, Aldolpho, George, and Mr. Feldzieg
(I'd consider them all leads, though some are bigger than others)

"Mary Poppins"
Bert and George Banks are the two that come to mind

Hope that helps!
~Whitney
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