More Memories of Tharon Musser

I never assisted Tharon, and I only spoke to her a few times, but she was the magnet that drew me to New York in the 1980s to study at NYU. I wanted to be Tharon. Her work on A Chorus Line, and then Dreamgirls (which I saw, over and over again), inspired me, and I wanted to be able to see the stage like she did. Although I did not work directly with her, I was taught and influenced by many who did. I actually named my cat after her back in the 1980s. I’m grateful for her

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