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Children's entertainer returns to Kelowna Community Theatre

Norman Foote is heading to Kelowna for Easter. - contributed
Norman Foote is heading to Kelowna for Easter.
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He's written the score for Richard Scarry's Busytown and is currently writing his own musical, but if there's one thing Norman Foote is known for, it's the performances with his choir.

The choir, of course, changes from town to town, year to year as he works with new and ever-more interesting kids.

Out next week, Norman Foote tells the Capital News why he thinks kids singing adult pop is scary and what he believes makes great fodder for a song.

 

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