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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 14, 2000
On the Anne Arundel theater scene, there are precious few leading male roles that have not been played by David Reynolds over the past decade. From his base of operations as an actor-in-residence at Chesapeake Music Hall, and in other area venues, Reynolds, with his rubber face, charisma and tangy baritone voice, put his stamp on characters such as the wise, earthy Tevye the Dairyman in "Fiddler on the Roof," imperious John Dickinson of Pennsylvania in...
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December 16, 2007
On December 13, 2007, EDWARD E. beloved husband of the late Doris Reynolds; dear father of Ronald Reynolds Sr., and David Reynolds; loving grandfather of Ronald Reynolds Jr., and Vincent Reynolds. Friends may call at Gonce Funeral Service P.A. 4001 Ritchie Hwy. on Tuesday 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. Funeral Service on Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery.
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December 16, 2007
On December 13, 2007, EDWARD E. beloved husband of the late Doris Reynolds; dear father of Ronald Reynolds Sr., and David Reynolds; loving grandfather of Ronald Reynolds Jr., and Vincent Reynolds. Friends may call at Gonce Funeral Service P.A. 4001 Ritchie Hwy. on Tuesday 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. Funeral Service on Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery.
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January 15, 2005
On January 13, 2005, KENNETH A. REYNOLDS; beloved husband of Terry D. Reynolds; devoted father of Kendra and Jessica Reynolds; dear son of Clayton and the late Christine Reynolds; loving brother of Brenda Griffin, Ronald Reynolds, David Reynolds, Timmy Reynolds, Debbie Hillenbrand, Philip Reynolds, Kimberly Ralston and the late Betty Jean Croomes. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories - Parkville, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., Sunday. A funeral service will be held 11:30 A.M., Monday.
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January 15, 2005
On January 13, 2005, KENNETH A. REYNOLDS; beloved husband of Terry D. Reynolds; devoted father of Kendra and Jessica Reynolds; dear son of Clayton and the late Christine Reynolds; loving brother of Brenda Griffin, Ronald Reynolds, David Reynolds, Timmy Reynolds, Debbie Hillenbrand, Philip Reynolds, Kimberly Ralston and the late Betty Jean Croomes. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories - Parkville, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., Sunday. A funeral service will be held 11:30 A.M., Monday.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,Special to The Sun | December 9, 1994
Ebenezer Scrooge has taken up residence at the Annapolis Dinner Theatre through Dec. 23, and there are many good things to report.In fact, Old Humbug and his supporting players have joined together to make the ADT's "A Christmas Carol" a most colorful, festive seasonal affair.Kudos begin with the musical score crafted by lyricist Michael Hulett and composer Doug Yetter.Their version is new to this area and is definitely worth a listen."Link By Link," sung by the riveting David Reynolds as Marley'Ghost, is a tour de force, and I was quite taken with the number sung by Belle, Ebenezer's fiancee, who deserts the miser rather than endure his all-consuming materialism.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 21, 1996
For an extraordinarily gifted fellow, David Reynolds is easy to take for granted.The Chesapeake Music Hall mainstay is so good in all his roles -- from Jacob Marley to Tevye; from the nonsense-spouting Charlie in "The Foreigner" to the elegantly articulate John Dickinson in "1776" -- that it's tempting just to pencil him in for a fine performance and allow his immense gifts to go unremarked.That won't happen when you see him as Pseudolus in "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," at the Music Hall through March 17.As the rakish Roman slave who will do anything to win his freedom, Mr. Reynolds creates the funniest character ever seen on the Music Hall stage.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,Special to The Sun | February 17, 1995
When Doug and Sherry Kay Yetter took over the Annapolis Dinner Theatre last month in a flurry of behind-the-scenes corporate activity, they immediately contacted three local actors who had starred in a recent production of Leonard Gershe's play "Butterflies Are Free."Scott Nichols, Kelly McPhee and Carol Cohen all agreed to resurrect the play at the newly renamed Chesapeake Music Hall. Mr. Yetter, the director, brushed the principals up a bit, added David Reynolds to the cast, and -- voila!
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,Special to The Sun | June 30, 1995
In the Chesapeake Music Hall's production of the hilarious burlesque revue "Sugar Babies," Dan Higgs is the "Top Banana" literally and figuratively.As the baggy-pants, naughty-boy comic who dominates the show's old-time skits and routines, his is a side-splitting presence from start to finish.Whether playing a foul-mouthed school boy, an oversexed countess in drag, or a lecherous judge trying to put the long arms of the law around a sultry blonde defendant, Mr. Higgs is there, scoring with facial takes, kibbitzing with the audience and breaking up his supporting cast in the process.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 2, 1998
You know going in that a well-done "Little Shop of Horrors" is going to be a hilarious enterprise, and the Chesapeake Music Hall's version is very funny, indeed.CMH has played down the potentially darker aspects of this hit musical comedy about the Faustian bargain struck by Seymour Krellborn, the nebbishy Skid Row florist, with Audrey II, the man-eating plant from outer space, and given us a light, frothy account that works very well.So you won't get much in the way of scary lighting or bloody feedings.
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By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 28, 2001
Eight days from opening, Chesapeake Music Hall's "The Wizard of Oz" promises an enchanting take on the classic story of young Dorothy, who is swept away by a tornado to a magic land where she asks the Wizard to help her find her way back home to Kansas. "This is a really talented cast that enriches the characters more than the movie does," says music hall general manager and director Sherry Kay Anderson, who welcomes comparisons with the 1939 film classic. "More three-dimensional, this cast is the movie and more, so if you liked the movie, you won't be disappointed in this show."
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 14, 2000
On the Anne Arundel theater scene, there are precious few leading male roles that have not been played by David Reynolds over the past decade. From his base of operations as an actor-in-residence at Chesapeake Music Hall, and in other area venues, Reynolds, with his rubber face, charisma and tangy baritone voice, put his stamp on characters such as the wise, earthy Tevye the Dairyman in "Fiddler on the Roof," imperious John Dickinson of Pennsylvania in...
NEWS
By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 2, 1998
You know going in that a well-done "Little Shop of Horrors" is going to be a hilarious enterprise, and the Chesapeake Music Hall's version is very funny, indeed.CMH has played down the potentially darker aspects of this hit musical comedy about the Faustian bargain struck by Seymour Krellborn, the nebbishy Skid Row florist, with Audrey II, the man-eating plant from outer space, and given us a light, frothy account that works very well.So you won't get much in the way of scary lighting or bloody feedings.
NEWS
By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 21, 1996
For an extraordinarily gifted fellow, David Reynolds is easy to take for granted.The Chesapeake Music Hall mainstay is so good in all his roles -- from Jacob Marley to Tevye; from the nonsense-spouting Charlie in "The Foreigner" to the elegantly articulate John Dickinson in "1776" -- that it's tempting just to pencil him in for a fine performance and allow his immense gifts to go unremarked.That won't happen when you see him as Pseudolus in "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," at the Music Hall through March 17.As the rakish Roman slave who will do anything to win his freedom, Mr. Reynolds creates the funniest character ever seen on the Music Hall stage.
NEWS
By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,Special to The Sun | June 30, 1995
In the Chesapeake Music Hall's production of the hilarious burlesque revue "Sugar Babies," Dan Higgs is the "Top Banana" literally and figuratively.As the baggy-pants, naughty-boy comic who dominates the show's old-time skits and routines, his is a side-splitting presence from start to finish.Whether playing a foul-mouthed school boy, an oversexed countess in drag, or a lecherous judge trying to put the long arms of the law around a sultry blonde defendant, Mr. Higgs is there, scoring with facial takes, kibbitzing with the audience and breaking up his supporting cast in the process.
NEWS
By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,Special to The Sun | February 17, 1995
When Doug and Sherry Kay Yetter took over the Annapolis Dinner Theatre last month in a flurry of behind-the-scenes corporate activity, they immediately contacted three local actors who had starred in a recent production of Leonard Gershe's play "Butterflies Are Free."Scott Nichols, Kelly McPhee and Carol Cohen all agreed to resurrect the play at the newly renamed Chesapeake Music Hall. Mr. Yetter, the director, brushed the principals up a bit, added David Reynolds to the cast, and -- voila!
NEWS
By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 28, 2001
Eight days from opening, Chesapeake Music Hall's "The Wizard of Oz" promises an enchanting take on the classic story of young Dorothy, who is swept away by a tornado to a magic land where she asks the Wizard to help her find her way back home to Kansas. "This is a really talented cast that enriches the characters more than the movie does," says music hall general manager and director Sherry Kay Anderson, who welcomes comparisons with the 1939 film classic. "More three-dimensional, this cast is the movie and more, so if you liked the movie, you won't be disappointed in this show."
NEWS
October 15, 1991
Retired Navy Cmdr. Roy S. Reynolds, a former resident of Upper Marlboro, died Thursday of heart ailments in a hospital there. He was 61 and had lived in Arlington, Va., since 1988.A memorial service for Cmdr. Reynolds will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the chapel of the Navy Yard in Washington.He retired from the Navy Yard in 1977 after serving in the Navy since 1951.Born in New York, he was a 1951 graduate of Dartmouth College, where he was in the Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,Special to The Sun | December 9, 1994
Ebenezer Scrooge has taken up residence at the Annapolis Dinner Theatre through Dec. 23, and there are many good things to report.In fact, Old Humbug and his supporting players have joined together to make the ADT's "A Christmas Carol" a most colorful, festive seasonal affair.Kudos begin with the musical score crafted by lyricist Michael Hulett and composer Doug Yetter.Their version is new to this area and is definitely worth a listen."Link By Link," sung by the riveting David Reynolds as Marley'Ghost, is a tour de force, and I was quite taken with the number sung by Belle, Ebenezer's fiancee, who deserts the miser rather than endure his all-consuming materialism.
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