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Jonathan Dokuchitz ??

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Jonathan Dokuchitz ??#0
Posted: 3/14/04 at 10:31am
I just read that Jonathan Dokuchitz is now in Hairspray...I don't know how I miss that, I think he's wonderful, I loved him in Chess and Tommy, of course. I saw him at the Purim Cabaret last week and he seemed nice, but I was just wondering if anyone has anyone met him at the stage door or anything? Is he nice?
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re: Jonathan Dokuchitz ??#1
Posted: 3/14/04 at 11:40am
he's been in the show for about 2 months? now i believe..He is good.
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re: re: Jonathan Dokuchitz ??#2
Posted: 3/14/04 at 12:09pm
Loved him as Corny, his own take and it's very funny.
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re: re: re: Jonathan Dokuchitz ??#3
Posted: 3/14/04 at 12:13pm
I enjoyed Clarke's take on Corny very much. Jonathan is different, but great. There's one semi-awkward scene where Corny threatens to take the show to another station (in an argument with Velma) that Jonathan seems to nail with conviction more so than I thought Clarke did.. Something about Jonathan's smug delivery and teeth click/point gesture...
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re: re: re: re: Jonathan Dokuchitz ??#4
Posted: 3/14/04 at 12:15pm
Agreed Craig, it's a great moment.
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