You are referring to 1964 as your year. That was my junior year; therefore, I think that you are referring to the same "The Wedding." That was my claim to fame. I was the only junior in that play. Looking back on it now, it was not a matter of talent, but physical appearance. Although nowadays ( and in the real world) my 5'11" height would certainly not qualify as tall, in 1964-5 FHHS Play Pro, I guess Mr. Kerr considered me the imposing, fatherly type. And as far as weight goes, well, let's just say that upon graduating in 65, I lost nearly fifty pounds. However, in my junior year, they were all there. Again, to Bill Kerr,that made me "fatherly."
Rob Dublirer was the male lead. He was one of the truly talented members. The rest of us were just kids in make-up, but he was really an actor.
I used to have a picture of me in that play that was sent to me by a reconnected high school friend. I'm afraid that it has been lost in cyberspace, but if it reappears, I'll let you know. I think there is a woman in it with me. I presume that was Wendy Banks.
Well, John, you got me back in.Congratulations!
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