PHOTO SUBMITTED / MATTHEW COLEMAN / Marian Paroo, played by Phoenix McKissack (right), provides Mayor Shinn, played by James Minter, with evidence on a suspicious Harold Hill as the mayor's wife Eulalie, played by Celeste Lowery (left), looks on during a scene from Brookhaven Little Theatre's production of "The Music Man." The play opened Friday night and continues Sunday and next Friday and Saturday at the Haven Theatre on West Cherokee Street in downtown Brookhaven.
PHOTO SUBMITTED / MATTHEW COLEMAN / Marian Paroo, played by Phoenix McKissack (right), provides Mayor Shinn, played by James Minter, with evidence on a suspicious Harold Hill as the mayor's wife Eulalie, played by Celeste Lowery (left), looks on during a scene from Brookhaven Little Theatre's production of "The Music Man." The play opened Friday night and continues Sunday and next Friday and Saturday at the Haven Theatre on West Cherokee Street in downtown Brookhaven.

Review: BLT’s latest production, ‘The Music Man,’ a must-see hit

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