Anything Goes - Chapter 6 and Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

John Barrowman
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Chapter 6 and Chapter 7 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 6: In the last couple of years of high school, Barrowman discovered he had a singer's voice and that theater was a passion for him. He credits drama teacher Beverly Holt for being an important early influence. She encouraged him to try out for a local Joliet community theater production of Cole Porter's Anything Goes for the role of Billy Crocker, which would later become a signature role for Barrowman.

The first man who discovered Barrowman's singing talent was his choir director David Dankwart, who heard Barrowman singing a tune for a flute part he was practicing. His first real part in a school play, at the age of fourteen, was as Barnaby in Hello, Dolly! Barrowman was taunted by other choir boys who were jealous Barrowman was getting choice parts so young. Barrowman sang at organizations...

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