Trying to explain “The Drowsy Chaperone” is not an easy task, and trying to extrapolate an understanding from that explanation is no easier. East Carolina University junior Adam Griffin assures that watching the show is the way to go — though admittedly, he’s a little biased.
Griffin plays the narrator “Man in Chair” in the School of Theatre and Dance’s production of the Tony Award-winning musical that weaves two stories into one performance.
The narrator, lamenting the end of the good ole days of theater, attempts to cheer himself up with a recording of the fictional musical comedy “The Drowsy Chaperone.”
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