There was a lot of fun at the anniversary of Dream Theatre in Seymour.JENNA CAROLE February 26, 2014 4:43am
"Roving reporters" Leah Gerrard and David Baker, both Dream Theatre members, interview Luke Peters, who was in the original production in 2004.
Last week Dream Theatre celebrated 10 amazing years of live performances and films with a reunion of past and present members.
More than 30 people shared memories and rekindled friendships at the Seymour VRI Hall, to whehre the company has now returned. Together they watched film footage of the first Dream Theatre production in 2004 I Dream Out Loud.
‘‘After so much time it is good to see how amazing those guys were,’’ one of the original support workers Barry Speechley said.
‘‘Liked seeing myself on the TV doing guitar,’’ Luke Peters said.
‘‘An opportunity to catch up and it meant a lot to me to come back and see everyone,’’ actor Peta Bulmer said.
‘‘Lovely to see so many people that Dream Theatre has affected, wonderful,’’ another past support worker Carol Parsons said.
‘‘And here’s to the next 10 years,’’ member since the beginning Davis Stokes said.
— Jenna Carole
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