We were at the final performance (Sunday, Oct 28th @ 2:00). I totally agree with Allan-I sat there for the majority of it with tears running down my face. My wife, who also very much enjoyed it, but who is also several years younger than I, glanced quizzically at me on occasion, not able to grasp what it was that could so easily bring me to my emotional knees. I was thrilled to be able to meet her (& Beau) afterwards, and she was so accommodating & friendly to those who stayed, patiently signing autographs for everyone who asked, sometimes several for one person. I was told that a couple of promoters from New York came to one of the performances, & are very interested in running it there. I fervently hope they do, because Melanie's fans around the world should have a chance to experience what we lucky few in Rochester did....an amazingly private and emotional look into the life of an artist who spoke to our generation like no other.
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