Come From Away

by Mary Jo

Home-logoOne of the great pleasures of going to a conference in NYC is the opportunity to go to a Broadway show, by which I mean something generally fun and upbeat, with music.  (Past choices have included HAIRSPRAY, BILLY ELLIOTT, and SOMETHING ROTTEN, all wonderful in different ways.)

Since Pat Rice and I were rooming together, we looked at what was currently available and she suggested the Canadian musical, Come From Away which she'd seen in California and was willing to see again, which was high praise.  I wasn't familiar with the show, but she said it was about the Newfoundlanders who took in the passengers and crews of 38 airplanes that were diverted to Gander airport after 9/11. 

I'd heard in general how amazingly hospitable the Newfoundlanders were, so I watched clip of the show's opening number, and immediately said YES! 

This was one of my better decisions. <G>  Come From Away is moving, entertaining, and Newfoundlandsometimes wildly funny.  It was also brilliant showmanship, with only twelve actors, six men, six women, very diverse in age and race.  The set was a plain stage with tables and chairs which could be swiftly moved around and magically transform into a plane full of passengers, a bus carrying people through the night to unknown destinations, to legion halls filled with plane people and the Newfoundlanders working to provide food, accommodations, and comfort. 

 

 

Pat told me there were no intermissions, which concerned me a little, so I made sure to book us two seats on an aisle.  (In fact, there wasn't a problem–the show was a fast 100 minutes so there was no need to visit the facilities.) 

The show started with a song called "Welcome to the Rock" which explained Newfoundland and what happened on that unforgettable day.  All twelve cast members were terrific (and VERY athletic) as they transformed themselves into multiple different characters with no more than simple costume changes CaptainBev&Crew

One of my favorites was Jenn Colella, who among other roles played Beverley Bass, "Captain Bev," who was flying one of the airplanes diverted to Gander.  She sings an amazing power ballad called "Me and the Sky" about a little girl who dreamed of flying, was told to forget it, and who through talent and determination became the first female American Airlines captain. (True story!  Beverley Bass is a legend.)

My favorite male actor was a tall, handsome African American named De'Lon Grant DeLon-Grantwho played roles as diverse as a guy from Newark who was nervous that he'd be shot when he was told to collect backyard grills for a neighborhood barbecue–and instead every single household invited him in for a cup of tea. <G> He was also a macho, sunglasses-wearing air force officer who swaggered onto the stage looking so incredibly handsome and sexy that his local female liaison (and the female half of the audience!) totally melted. <G>                                                             

Some of the characters were actual people in Gander and on the planes, others were composites created to show the range of people affected.  They were so specific that I went looking for a book, and found The Day the World Came to Town: 9/11 in Gander, Newfoundland by Jim DeFede. Day the World Came To Town.

DeFede is a journalist who spent a lengthy period of time in Newfoundland interviewing people abut their experiences, and the book includes photos of some of those he talks about.  I believe it was published on the first anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy, and it's a wonderful and highly readable account of those four unforgettable days.

Everything about our Broadway evening was memorable, including the usher who seated us. She said she'd watched virtually every show since the previews began, and she was moved every time.  She also said ten of the original actors were still in the cast because of their deep commitment to the material. 

The "plane people" voluntarily contributed money as a thank you, and the total was many thousands of dollars and several foundation grants to help local institutions.  Many of the passengers returned to Gander for a ten year reunion.

Next week will be the 18th anniversary of 9/11.  It was the sort of lightning bolt event where everyone remembers what they were doing when they heard the news.  Remembering those who died is a solemn duty, but it's also worth remembering the warmth and kindness that flowered in the wake of disaster. 

Home-logoSo if you get a chance to see Come from Away, you might want to grab it.  Or read The Day the World Came to Town. Or send grateful thoughts to the Newfoundlanders who opened their homes and hearts to the travelers marooned far from home, and all the other acts of special grace that occurred in those difficult days.

Mary Jo, adding that the show's Newfoundlander music was wonderful

 

135 thoughts on “Come From Away”

  1. It was an amazing time. The hospitality didn’t surprise us as Canadians when we heard about it at the time. Having lived in small town Canada for years, though on the other side of the country, I know the expectation is to help your neighbours because it’s the best way to survive. I lived in a Village in Northern BC for about 3 years and when I ran out of gas one day on the highway, every car stopped to make sure I was okay. Every car. If someone needed help, you stepped up in any way you could. The smaller the towns and villages, the more you found this. So little Gander in Newfoundland, stepped up big time. I’m so glad everyone stayed in contact. Connections are what it’s all about. To paraphrase Mr Roger’s, “When a tragedy occurs, look for the helpers.”

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  2. It was an amazing time. The hospitality didn’t surprise us as Canadians when we heard about it at the time. Having lived in small town Canada for years, though on the other side of the country, I know the expectation is to help your neighbours because it’s the best way to survive. I lived in a Village in Northern BC for about 3 years and when I ran out of gas one day on the highway, every car stopped to make sure I was okay. Every car. If someone needed help, you stepped up in any way you could. The smaller the towns and villages, the more you found this. So little Gander in Newfoundland, stepped up big time. I’m so glad everyone stayed in contact. Connections are what it’s all about. To paraphrase Mr Roger’s, “When a tragedy occurs, look for the helpers.”

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  3. It was an amazing time. The hospitality didn’t surprise us as Canadians when we heard about it at the time. Having lived in small town Canada for years, though on the other side of the country, I know the expectation is to help your neighbours because it’s the best way to survive. I lived in a Village in Northern BC for about 3 years and when I ran out of gas one day on the highway, every car stopped to make sure I was okay. Every car. If someone needed help, you stepped up in any way you could. The smaller the towns and villages, the more you found this. So little Gander in Newfoundland, stepped up big time. I’m so glad everyone stayed in contact. Connections are what it’s all about. To paraphrase Mr Roger’s, “When a tragedy occurs, look for the helpers.”

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  4. It was an amazing time. The hospitality didn’t surprise us as Canadians when we heard about it at the time. Having lived in small town Canada for years, though on the other side of the country, I know the expectation is to help your neighbours because it’s the best way to survive. I lived in a Village in Northern BC for about 3 years and when I ran out of gas one day on the highway, every car stopped to make sure I was okay. Every car. If someone needed help, you stepped up in any way you could. The smaller the towns and villages, the more you found this. So little Gander in Newfoundland, stepped up big time. I’m so glad everyone stayed in contact. Connections are what it’s all about. To paraphrase Mr Roger’s, “When a tragedy occurs, look for the helpers.”

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  5. It was an amazing time. The hospitality didn’t surprise us as Canadians when we heard about it at the time. Having lived in small town Canada for years, though on the other side of the country, I know the expectation is to help your neighbours because it’s the best way to survive. I lived in a Village in Northern BC for about 3 years and when I ran out of gas one day on the highway, every car stopped to make sure I was okay. Every car. If someone needed help, you stepped up in any way you could. The smaller the towns and villages, the more you found this. So little Gander in Newfoundland, stepped up big time. I’m so glad everyone stayed in contact. Connections are what it’s all about. To paraphrase Mr Roger’s, “When a tragedy occurs, look for the helpers.”

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  6. I’m so glad you posted this, Mary Jo. It’s nice to remember that even with the xenophobic craziness we hear about every day now, at heart, many/most of us just want to get along and be a positive part of the inclusive world.

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  7. I’m so glad you posted this, Mary Jo. It’s nice to remember that even with the xenophobic craziness we hear about every day now, at heart, many/most of us just want to get along and be a positive part of the inclusive world.

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  8. I’m so glad you posted this, Mary Jo. It’s nice to remember that even with the xenophobic craziness we hear about every day now, at heart, many/most of us just want to get along and be a positive part of the inclusive world.

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  9. I’m so glad you posted this, Mary Jo. It’s nice to remember that even with the xenophobic craziness we hear about every day now, at heart, many/most of us just want to get along and be a positive part of the inclusive world.

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  10. I’m so glad you posted this, Mary Jo. It’s nice to remember that even with the xenophobic craziness we hear about every day now, at heart, many/most of us just want to get along and be a positive part of the inclusive world.

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  11. Mary Jo – So beautifully written. Very touching. I remember learning about what the Newfoundlanders did for the stranded passengers and crew. Every time I read about this, the tears flow. Can’t help it. BTW – I’ve ordered the book. Thanks again for a lovely post.

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  12. Mary Jo – So beautifully written. Very touching. I remember learning about what the Newfoundlanders did for the stranded passengers and crew. Every time I read about this, the tears flow. Can’t help it. BTW – I’ve ordered the book. Thanks again for a lovely post.

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  13. Mary Jo – So beautifully written. Very touching. I remember learning about what the Newfoundlanders did for the stranded passengers and crew. Every time I read about this, the tears flow. Can’t help it. BTW – I’ve ordered the book. Thanks again for a lovely post.

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  14. Mary Jo – So beautifully written. Very touching. I remember learning about what the Newfoundlanders did for the stranded passengers and crew. Every time I read about this, the tears flow. Can’t help it. BTW – I’ve ordered the book. Thanks again for a lovely post.

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  15. Mary Jo – So beautifully written. Very touching. I remember learning about what the Newfoundlanders did for the stranded passengers and crew. Every time I read about this, the tears flow. Can’t help it. BTW – I’ve ordered the book. Thanks again for a lovely post.

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  16. Thank you Mary Jo for a wonderful post. What an amazing story. I am sorry to say that I don’t recall hearing about the diverted planes landing in Newfoundland. What a beautiful tribute to the Newfoundlers.

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  17. Thank you Mary Jo for a wonderful post. What an amazing story. I am sorry to say that I don’t recall hearing about the diverted planes landing in Newfoundland. What a beautiful tribute to the Newfoundlers.

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  18. Thank you Mary Jo for a wonderful post. What an amazing story. I am sorry to say that I don’t recall hearing about the diverted planes landing in Newfoundland. What a beautiful tribute to the Newfoundlers.

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  19. Thank you Mary Jo for a wonderful post. What an amazing story. I am sorry to say that I don’t recall hearing about the diverted planes landing in Newfoundland. What a beautiful tribute to the Newfoundlers.

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  20. Thank you Mary Jo for a wonderful post. What an amazing story. I am sorry to say that I don’t recall hearing about the diverted planes landing in Newfoundland. What a beautiful tribute to the Newfoundlers.

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  21. There is a current production in Melbourne, Australia, and I can only say that this is a brilliant production too. If you;can possibly gab a seat, SEE IT!!!

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  22. There is a current production in Melbourne, Australia, and I can only say that this is a brilliant production too. If you;can possibly gab a seat, SEE IT!!!

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  23. There is a current production in Melbourne, Australia, and I can only say that this is a brilliant production too. If you;can possibly gab a seat, SEE IT!!!

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  24. There is a current production in Melbourne, Australia, and I can only say that this is a brilliant production too. If you;can possibly gab a seat, SEE IT!!!

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  25. There is a current production in Melbourne, Australia, and I can only say that this is a brilliant production too. If you;can possibly gab a seat, SEE IT!!!

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  26. Thank you, Mary Jo, for so beautifully describing such a phenomenal show. I, too, saw it in New York this summer, having read Mr. Defede’s book several years ago. I was swept away by the high-octane level of energy during the performance, but I’ve been listening to the music for a few years now, and it brings me to tears almost every time. The book and its detailed accounts is like a talisman to hold on to when fears that our humanity is slipping away threatens to overwhelm.

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  27. Thank you, Mary Jo, for so beautifully describing such a phenomenal show. I, too, saw it in New York this summer, having read Mr. Defede’s book several years ago. I was swept away by the high-octane level of energy during the performance, but I’ve been listening to the music for a few years now, and it brings me to tears almost every time. The book and its detailed accounts is like a talisman to hold on to when fears that our humanity is slipping away threatens to overwhelm.

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  28. Thank you, Mary Jo, for so beautifully describing such a phenomenal show. I, too, saw it in New York this summer, having read Mr. Defede’s book several years ago. I was swept away by the high-octane level of energy during the performance, but I’ve been listening to the music for a few years now, and it brings me to tears almost every time. The book and its detailed accounts is like a talisman to hold on to when fears that our humanity is slipping away threatens to overwhelm.

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  29. Thank you, Mary Jo, for so beautifully describing such a phenomenal show. I, too, saw it in New York this summer, having read Mr. Defede’s book several years ago. I was swept away by the high-octane level of energy during the performance, but I’ve been listening to the music for a few years now, and it brings me to tears almost every time. The book and its detailed accounts is like a talisman to hold on to when fears that our humanity is slipping away threatens to overwhelm.

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  30. Thank you, Mary Jo, for so beautifully describing such a phenomenal show. I, too, saw it in New York this summer, having read Mr. Defede’s book several years ago. I was swept away by the high-octane level of energy during the performance, but I’ve been listening to the music for a few years now, and it brings me to tears almost every time. The book and its detailed accounts is like a talisman to hold on to when fears that our humanity is slipping away threatens to overwhelm.

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  31. Like Mary M above, I thank you for posting this. I do remember reading about this before.
    It is good to be reminded now, in a time when we are exposed to so much negativity from news sources and social media, just how good most people basically are. And thank you Gander Newfoundland.

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  32. Like Mary M above, I thank you for posting this. I do remember reading about this before.
    It is good to be reminded now, in a time when we are exposed to so much negativity from news sources and social media, just how good most people basically are. And thank you Gander Newfoundland.

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  33. Like Mary M above, I thank you for posting this. I do remember reading about this before.
    It is good to be reminded now, in a time when we are exposed to so much negativity from news sources and social media, just how good most people basically are. And thank you Gander Newfoundland.

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  34. Like Mary M above, I thank you for posting this. I do remember reading about this before.
    It is good to be reminded now, in a time when we are exposed to so much negativity from news sources and social media, just how good most people basically are. And thank you Gander Newfoundland.

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  35. Like Mary M above, I thank you for posting this. I do remember reading about this before.
    It is good to be reminded now, in a time when we are exposed to so much negativity from news sources and social media, just how good most people basically are. And thank you Gander Newfoundland.

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  36. I remember reading about the events when it happened and I’ve read the book as well and it truly is a wonderful book. My mom read it and recommended it highly so I read a copy from my library and one of my sister’s did as well.
    A couple of weeks ago a copy fell into my hands at a library sale so 2 more sisters and a niece are currently reading it or waiting their turn to read it. My mom has decided when everyone is done with it she is going to keep it.
    Thank you for the post Mary Jo as it is always good to be reminded of GOOD deeds and good people.

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  37. I remember reading about the events when it happened and I’ve read the book as well and it truly is a wonderful book. My mom read it and recommended it highly so I read a copy from my library and one of my sister’s did as well.
    A couple of weeks ago a copy fell into my hands at a library sale so 2 more sisters and a niece are currently reading it or waiting their turn to read it. My mom has decided when everyone is done with it she is going to keep it.
    Thank you for the post Mary Jo as it is always good to be reminded of GOOD deeds and good people.

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  38. I remember reading about the events when it happened and I’ve read the book as well and it truly is a wonderful book. My mom read it and recommended it highly so I read a copy from my library and one of my sister’s did as well.
    A couple of weeks ago a copy fell into my hands at a library sale so 2 more sisters and a niece are currently reading it or waiting their turn to read it. My mom has decided when everyone is done with it she is going to keep it.
    Thank you for the post Mary Jo as it is always good to be reminded of GOOD deeds and good people.

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  39. I remember reading about the events when it happened and I’ve read the book as well and it truly is a wonderful book. My mom read it and recommended it highly so I read a copy from my library and one of my sister’s did as well.
    A couple of weeks ago a copy fell into my hands at a library sale so 2 more sisters and a niece are currently reading it or waiting their turn to read it. My mom has decided when everyone is done with it she is going to keep it.
    Thank you for the post Mary Jo as it is always good to be reminded of GOOD deeds and good people.

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  40. I remember reading about the events when it happened and I’ve read the book as well and it truly is a wonderful book. My mom read it and recommended it highly so I read a copy from my library and one of my sister’s did as well.
    A couple of weeks ago a copy fell into my hands at a library sale so 2 more sisters and a niece are currently reading it or waiting their turn to read it. My mom has decided when everyone is done with it she is going to keep it.
    Thank you for the post Mary Jo as it is always good to be reminded of GOOD deeds and good people.

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  41. Thank you for the post. What I remember about 9/11 is worrying about a daughter in New York City and a niece if Washington , D. C. I did hear about the events at Gander, but had forgotten them in the personal worries. (The niece worked very near the White House, so if the fourth plane hadn’t bees so heroic, she would indeed have been in danger.)
    It is good to be reminded that we North Americans are still fundamentally a caring folk.

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  42. Thank you for the post. What I remember about 9/11 is worrying about a daughter in New York City and a niece if Washington , D. C. I did hear about the events at Gander, but had forgotten them in the personal worries. (The niece worked very near the White House, so if the fourth plane hadn’t bees so heroic, she would indeed have been in danger.)
    It is good to be reminded that we North Americans are still fundamentally a caring folk.

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  43. Thank you for the post. What I remember about 9/11 is worrying about a daughter in New York City and a niece if Washington , D. C. I did hear about the events at Gander, but had forgotten them in the personal worries. (The niece worked very near the White House, so if the fourth plane hadn’t bees so heroic, she would indeed have been in danger.)
    It is good to be reminded that we North Americans are still fundamentally a caring folk.

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  44. Thank you for the post. What I remember about 9/11 is worrying about a daughter in New York City and a niece if Washington , D. C. I did hear about the events at Gander, but had forgotten them in the personal worries. (The niece worked very near the White House, so if the fourth plane hadn’t bees so heroic, she would indeed have been in danger.)
    It is good to be reminded that we North Americans are still fundamentally a caring folk.

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  45. Thank you for the post. What I remember about 9/11 is worrying about a daughter in New York City and a niece if Washington , D. C. I did hear about the events at Gander, but had forgotten them in the personal worries. (The niece worked very near the White House, so if the fourth plane hadn’t bees so heroic, she would indeed have been in danger.)
    It is good to be reminded that we North Americans are still fundamentally a caring folk.

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  46. I saw this show, in preview at Ford’s Theater in DC, a few years ago and loved it. It is such an amazing story. I think, if it wasn’t true, people would not believe it. Not that people were kind and generous, but the immensity of what the Newfoundlanders were faced with and how they rose to the occasion so magnanimously.

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  47. I saw this show, in preview at Ford’s Theater in DC, a few years ago and loved it. It is such an amazing story. I think, if it wasn’t true, people would not believe it. Not that people were kind and generous, but the immensity of what the Newfoundlanders were faced with and how they rose to the occasion so magnanimously.

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  48. I saw this show, in preview at Ford’s Theater in DC, a few years ago and loved it. It is such an amazing story. I think, if it wasn’t true, people would not believe it. Not that people were kind and generous, but the immensity of what the Newfoundlanders were faced with and how they rose to the occasion so magnanimously.

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  49. I saw this show, in preview at Ford’s Theater in DC, a few years ago and loved it. It is such an amazing story. I think, if it wasn’t true, people would not believe it. Not that people were kind and generous, but the immensity of what the Newfoundlanders were faced with and how they rose to the occasion so magnanimously.

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  50. I saw this show, in preview at Ford’s Theater in DC, a few years ago and loved it. It is such an amazing story. I think, if it wasn’t true, people would not believe it. Not that people were kind and generous, but the immensity of what the Newfoundlanders were faced with and how they rose to the occasion so magnanimously.

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  51. Sue McCormick, there were so many things and people to worry about! Living between DC and NYC and working in publishing, which is based in NY, I had my share of worries, as so many of us did. As you say, we owe the passengers on the 4th flight for bringing the plane down in a Pennsylvania field rather than killing untold more innocent people in Washington.

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  52. Sue McCormick, there were so many things and people to worry about! Living between DC and NYC and working in publishing, which is based in NY, I had my share of worries, as so many of us did. As you say, we owe the passengers on the 4th flight for bringing the plane down in a Pennsylvania field rather than killing untold more innocent people in Washington.

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  53. Sue McCormick, there were so many things and people to worry about! Living between DC and NYC and working in publishing, which is based in NY, I had my share of worries, as so many of us did. As you say, we owe the passengers on the 4th flight for bringing the plane down in a Pennsylvania field rather than killing untold more innocent people in Washington.

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  54. Sue McCormick, there were so many things and people to worry about! Living between DC and NYC and working in publishing, which is based in NY, I had my share of worries, as so many of us did. As you say, we owe the passengers on the 4th flight for bringing the plane down in a Pennsylvania field rather than killing untold more innocent people in Washington.

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  55. Sue McCormick, there were so many things and people to worry about! Living between DC and NYC and working in publishing, which is based in NY, I had my share of worries, as so many of us did. As you say, we owe the passengers on the 4th flight for bringing the plane down in a Pennsylvania field rather than killing untold more innocent people in Washington.

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  56. I read and was touched by The Day the World Came to Town some time ago. I enjoyed the song links you posted, Mary Jo, and hope to see a live performance one day. Thank you for sharing!

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  57. I read and was touched by The Day the World Came to Town some time ago. I enjoyed the song links you posted, Mary Jo, and hope to see a live performance one day. Thank you for sharing!

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  58. I read and was touched by The Day the World Came to Town some time ago. I enjoyed the song links you posted, Mary Jo, and hope to see a live performance one day. Thank you for sharing!

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  59. I read and was touched by The Day the World Came to Town some time ago. I enjoyed the song links you posted, Mary Jo, and hope to see a live performance one day. Thank you for sharing!

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  60. I read and was touched by The Day the World Came to Town some time ago. I enjoyed the song links you posted, Mary Jo, and hope to see a live performance one day. Thank you for sharing!

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  61. You’re welcome, Kareni. I hope you get a chance to see it live! There have been a number of productions around the country and in other countries, so maybe one will play near you. I’d love to see it again.

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  62. You’re welcome, Kareni. I hope you get a chance to see it live! There have been a number of productions around the country and in other countries, so maybe one will play near you. I’d love to see it again.

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  63. You’re welcome, Kareni. I hope you get a chance to see it live! There have been a number of productions around the country and in other countries, so maybe one will play near you. I’d love to see it again.

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  64. You’re welcome, Kareni. I hope you get a chance to see it live! There have been a number of productions around the country and in other countries, so maybe one will play near you. I’d love to see it again.

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  65. You’re welcome, Kareni. I hope you get a chance to see it live! There have been a number of productions around the country and in other countries, so maybe one will play near you. I’d love to see it again.

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  66. Frances, in general I’m not a fan of musicals, but after Mary Jo and Pat (and a number of other friends) raved about this, I’m planning to see the one in Melbourne — as soon as I’ve finished this book I’m writing. *g* I’ve heard really good things about the Melbourne production.

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  67. Frances, in general I’m not a fan of musicals, but after Mary Jo and Pat (and a number of other friends) raved about this, I’m planning to see the one in Melbourne — as soon as I’ve finished this book I’m writing. *g* I’ve heard really good things about the Melbourne production.

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  68. Frances, in general I’m not a fan of musicals, but after Mary Jo and Pat (and a number of other friends) raved about this, I’m planning to see the one in Melbourne — as soon as I’ve finished this book I’m writing. *g* I’ve heard really good things about the Melbourne production.

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  69. Frances, in general I’m not a fan of musicals, but after Mary Jo and Pat (and a number of other friends) raved about this, I’m planning to see the one in Melbourne — as soon as I’ve finished this book I’m writing. *g* I’ve heard really good things about the Melbourne production.

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  70. Frances, in general I’m not a fan of musicals, but after Mary Jo and Pat (and a number of other friends) raved about this, I’m planning to see the one in Melbourne — as soon as I’ve finished this book I’m writing. *g* I’ve heard really good things about the Melbourne production.

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  71. Hi Mary Jo
    What a fabulous post, it is a long time since I have been to a live show and musicals are my favourite, I will watch for it to come to Sydney and see if I can make it
    have Fun
    Helen

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  72. Hi Mary Jo
    What a fabulous post, it is a long time since I have been to a live show and musicals are my favourite, I will watch for it to come to Sydney and see if I can make it
    have Fun
    Helen

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  73. Hi Mary Jo
    What a fabulous post, it is a long time since I have been to a live show and musicals are my favourite, I will watch for it to come to Sydney and see if I can make it
    have Fun
    Helen

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  74. Hi Mary Jo
    What a fabulous post, it is a long time since I have been to a live show and musicals are my favourite, I will watch for it to come to Sydney and see if I can make it
    have Fun
    Helen

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  75. Hi Mary Jo
    What a fabulous post, it is a long time since I have been to a live show and musicals are my favourite, I will watch for it to come to Sydney and see if I can make it
    have Fun
    Helen

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