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This Chicago Tonight story from March 2009 looks at the pre-Broadway production of the musical “Mary Poppins.” Academy Award-winning composer Richard Sherman sits down at the piano and plays beloved tunes he wrote with his brother for the 1964 Disney film. Joining him are the English composers George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, who created new songs for the stage adaptation.
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