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Lou Duhamel

2 Natick St.
Nashua NH 03063

(603) 883-2432





Lou is married to JoAnn Duhamel.

2004
Lou Duhamel (Producer) Also known as "Mr. Pasta" or "Professor Pasta", Lou has been with Actorsingers for over nine years and during that time has stage managed and produced many shows. Some favorites include: Stage Manager for Fiddler on the Roof and On the Town, Producer for Titanic and Junior Actorsingers' West Side Story. Lou has also produced many kids' shows, including the four Actorsingers kids' summer musical "Pasta" shows which he helped invent: Pasta Music Please, A Blasta from the Pasta, Anything's Pastable, and Mission: Impastable (and he cooked and served meatballs and a mean marinara sauce for hundreds of people each year!). Lou thinks his best production by far is his daughter Allison. He thanks the cast and crew for their hard work and dedication in helping to bring Peter Baron's story to the stage.


19 shows crew (40 listings)

2009.07.02
The Producers 2009

Set Construction
Stage Crew
Flys

Oklahoma 2007

Transportation

Evita 2006

Stage Crew

Man of LaMancha 2004

Producer
Publicity
Set Construction
Permits

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying 2004

Stage Crew

Boomers 2004

Producer
Publicity
Auditioning Board
Set Construction

Ragtime 2003

Set Construction
Stage Crew

Two By Two 2003

Auditioning Board

Brigadoon 2003

Scenic Carpenter
Cast Photos & T-shirts

A Chorus Line 2002

Stage Crew
Swing Mirrors/Tilt Mirrors

Titanic 2002

Producer

Camelot 2002

Scenic Designer
Scenic Buidler
Stage Crew

On The Town 2001

Stage Manager
Scenic Designer
Set Builder

Fiddler on the Roof 2000

Stage Manager
Set Construction/Painting

The Pirates of Penzance 2000

Set construction

The King and I 1999

Set building, painting, crew

Phantom 1999

Stage crew

Here's Love 1979

Stage Crew
Set Painters
Moving & Cleaning Crew

Fame — Teens 2005

Producer
Stage Crew
Concessions
Audition Board

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