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I'm not sure my timeline is correct, but I think it was in '05 that Myron Rosander learned of his condition.  His original prognosis was not good.  Somewhere it is written on the Internet yet to

Phantom announces their 2005 show..... My reaction to their musical selections: "What?, No!, Are they crazy?, Who made this decision?" Then I saw it: My reaction: "WOW!!!!" That ye

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With Jamey Thompson and Adam Sage joining for 2005, Regiment finally had a visual complement to JD Shaw and Paul Rennick. What a fantastic show.

And speaking of the step back taken by SCV, in addition to Jim Casella and the reduced role by Myron Rosander, Adam Sage also departed. Many of the drill rewrites were done by Ron Hardin. I really liked that SCV show, but the Russian Christmas closer seemed to go in slow motion both musically and visually (though the feet are moving). 

I thought the dance derby idea by BD was brilliant in concept. But they did it in reverse, right? If they hadn't made that design decision - instead presenting it in regular order from many couples to one final couple - I think it would've played a lot better. 

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On 10/6/2020 at 9:10 AM, kdaddy said:

With Jamey Thompson and Adam Sage joining for 2005, Regiment finally had a visual complement to JD Shaw and Paul Rennick. What a fantastic show.

And speaking of the step back taken by SCV, in addition to Jim Casella and the reduced role by Myron Rosander, Adam Sage also departed. Many of the drill rewrites were done by Ron Hardin. I really liked that SCV show, but the Russian Christmas closer seemed to go in slow motion both musically and visually (though the feet are moving). 

I thought the dance derby idea by BD was brilliant in concept. But they did it in reverse, right? If they hadn't made that design decision - instead presenting it in regular order from many couples to one final couple - I think it would've played a lot better. 

Agree with this, but I also question the music they chose to use. An old swing band era style dance-off with effective staging would have been a better choice. 

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