James Mason

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  1. Thank you for your kind words and exchange of ideas. I haven't been on here or have posted anything in a few years and probably won't again for awhile as I am busy creating another Blast/Disney show. My very best to you and please if you are at any Blast show, don't hesitate to introduce yourself.
  2. Hey Queenanne, I think your observation is fair but maybe not complete. You need to consider many things ... one of the things that both groups had in common was maturity/talent. With Star in 88 & 89 I pushed for design that would lay down a technical foundation -with hopes to retain membership so we could then leap to the next level once we added our design direction (see 90, 91,92 and 93). The first couple years at Madison were designed to re-establish the Madison DNA. In 2014, it was time for them to establish a technical foundation that is why I chose the show that I did. It was not th
  3. Yes. Please shoot me an email at info@megshows.com We happen to be at the warehouse this weekend. S. Talk to you soon.
  4. An update for everyone regarding our 75th anniversary show. The Madison Scouts musical selections are: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 by Brian Tyler Corps of Brothers Fanfare by Robert W. Smith Night on Bald Mountain by Modest Mussorgsky The Battle Rages by Lee Beddis, Nick Pourcho and Robert W. Smith Afghanistan 2025 by Jack Wall You'll Never Walk Alone by Richard Rogers, Oscar Hammerstein
  5. The first scene is Gnomus the second scene music from PAAE is Old Castle