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Brian and Denver talk through some news scenes as they complete the first draft of the show.
What do you think about Little Mushroom’s tap number at the end of the show? Leave your comments below!
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I like the idea of just having the tap routine with no singing. It’s a great way to show that everyone has different talents and not everyone needs to be a singer. I think the pre-recording of the taps will work, but how great would it be if the actor playing Little Mushroom were actually a dancer and they could make up their own routine? That won’t be the case for every show, which is why I think having the recording as a back-up is a good idea, but I think it’d be great to leave that option open.