Randy harrison in gale harold dating
I think the best "proof" that can be found is to either actually see them together in person, when Gale goes to visit Randy in New York, or if Randy comes to visit Gale in Los Angeles.
Or you can watch certain interviews, but only when they talk about each other...
There’s little overlap between the two organizations’ donor or fan base, he says.
An agreement was worked out and a plan announced in November.
the ones on the QAF DVD's are the best for these moments. I think there's something there, no doubt about it, whatever it is, it's amazing and between the two of them...
There's just something about the way they talk about working with the other... and I hope one day when their careers and lives are comfortable enough for them they'll be together.
However, if they are involved, they have no interest in that being public knowledge.
Facing the recession, the company cut its budget roughly 25 percent between the 20 seasons and has managed to run a small operating surplus the last couple of years, she says. As the economy was starting to really take a dip, it seemed to me that it would be advantageous to some of us at least to try to work together.’’ With 800 seats, the Colonial was built in 1903 and served as theater and movie house until 1951, when it was converted to retail use.
“I think there was tremendous foresight on the part of the board and the staff to really make sure that the Berkshire Theatre Festival was going to be strong going forward,’’ Maguire says. After a nearly million renovation, it reopened for performances in 2006, presenting concerts and touring productions.
Cheers, Laura xoxo"To anyone who takes pity or offense, I say Judge Yourself! BTW, Scott and Michelle are likewise amazing people and actors!
" - Brian Kinney"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." - Dr. Randy quoted in Boston Globe article rger_more_shows_will_go_on_in_berkshires Thanks to merger, more shows will go on in Berkshires By Joel Brown Globe Correspondent / July 8, 2011 [glow=red,2,300]Playing the most famous deaf, mute, and blind boy of all time, Randy Harrison likes what he sees and hears at Pittsfield’s Colonial Theatre.Now I've seen them in person, together, kind of, and it was beautiful and you could feel the energy between the two, so I believe there is something, whatever it is...