Ty Waterman performed in three shows this past weekend as the English butler in the acclaimed broadway musical, “Scarlet Pimpernel.” The show depicts a love story set in the height of the French Revolution, complete with a guillotine, a large cast of French peasants and revolutionaries, English noblemen, and the mysterious Pimpernel, an English nobleman who is determined to save the French from their own tyranny. The music is totally breathtaking, the costumes are out of sight, and Ty gets to join in the signature song “Into the Fire” as ten Englishman set off to fight their own private war in France.
Please check Norton Singers.com for the June 8-10 shows and the inexpensive tickets. There is a beautiful 15 piece orchestra for your enjoyment.
Ty has been performing with Norton Singers for the past 25 years. He also performed for the Attleboro Community Theatre in May, 2017, in an award-winning play, “The Boys Next Door”. Ty was the Social worker for four hilarious men living in a group home. Theatre has been a big part of Ty’s life, along with his with his wife, Jan, who is Norton Singers pianist/keyboard player and performs in the orchestra.