The Lex-Ham Community Theater presented an original musical variety show: The Lex-Ham Follies of 2000.on March 31, April 1, 2, 7, and 8 at the Higher Ground Academy at 1381 Marshall Avenue in St. Paul.  The show included Broadway showtunes, and a new play by St. Paul playwright, Urban Landreman, The Road to Romance.  The show was originally set to be shown as part of the opening celebration of the new Dunning Recreation Center at Dunning Park, but the building was not completed on schedule.

Karl Grahek, Lynne Holman, Ed O'Connor, Heidi Slen Walsh, Mary Beth Redmond, and Michael Huber
appear in The Road To Romance

Ed O'Connor, Karl Grahek, Lynne Holman, and Michael Huber
appear in My

Jeanne Genovese sings The Trolley Song

Karen Randall tells a suspenseful tale

Mary Beth Redmond sings
Lost in the Stars
with Karen Randall on recorder

Urban Landreman and Jeanne Genovese sing the Irving Berlin duet, You're Just in Love

Phil Raaen, Bill Mattocks, Elmer Pierre, and John Builder
play in the jazz quartet

Urban Landreman and Lynne Holman sing
Weird Al Yankovich's version of 
Achy Breaky Song

Alexis Reller as the performance artist in
Search for Signs of Intelligent Life


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This page was last updated on June 08, 2000