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Jerry Walker — Author

Jerry Walker

Jerry Walker is a retired Band and Theater director. He was the director of bands at Oxford Hills High School in South Paris and Stearns High School in Millinocket. While in Millinocket he was also the theater director and directed the Jazz Ensembles. Since his retirement in 1999 he has acted in and directed plays and musicals at Schoolhouse: The “Hobbit,” and “Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep”, “The Odd Couple” and a group of one-act plays; Lake Region Community Theater, where he directed: “The Odd Couple”, (female version), “Oliver” and “You Can’t Take It With You”; Oxford Hills Community Theater, “Carnival”; and Windham Center Stage Theater: “You Can’t Take It With You” and “Once Upon A Mattress”. He Directed “My Fair Lady” and “Hello Dolly” at Deertrees. Jerry is one of the founders of the Daytime Players as well as an actor and director in the ensemble. Some of his acting roles include Tevye in “Fiddler”, Fagin in “Oliver”, Scrooge in the “A Christmas Carol”, Fred in “All I Really Needed To Know I Learned Kindergarten”, Kris Kringle in “Miracle on 34th Street”, Bellomy in “The Fantastiks”, Sextimus in “Once Upon A Mattress”, Erroneous in “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum”, Birdboot in “The Real Inspector Hound”, Al Lewis in “The Sunshine Boys”, and Samuel in “A Little Something For The Ducks”. He expended and directed “Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep” at Schoolhouse in 2004 and 2008. He is presently writing “Two Guys Seating on a Bench Talking About Stuff of No Importance to Anyone.”

 

 

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Other Plays:

We Ain’t Dead Yet — a collection of plays for Seniors