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Brassard Back in the ’Burg

October 4, 2018

Ken Brassard

FITCHBURG - Fitchburg native Ken Brassard plays a lead role in the upcoming musical-comedy “I’d Rather Be Lucky Than Good”, a play about golf, fate and friendship, at the Winthrop School of Performing Arts, 45 Pauline St.

Brassard now lives in Winthrop.

His past credits include the leading roles in “Oliver’s Island,” “Carousel,” “The Music Man” and “No, No Nannette.”

After a brief stint as a comedian in Las Vegas and five years as the lead singer for the pop band The Victims, he returned to the stage in 2015 for the Ralph Tufo production of “The Katrina Roadhouse” and now for “I’d Rather Be Lucky Than Good.”

He lights up the stage with his acting, singing, dancing and unique sense of humor.

The play was written by Ralph Tufo and is being directed by Haris Lefteri. Performances are Fridays, Oct. 12 and 19, and Saturdays, Oct.

13 and 20, and Sunday, Oct. 21, all starting at 5 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite.com for $15, or at the door for $20.

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