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March 27, 2015 by Michael La Rocca (Register to contact)

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I wanted to include a picture of me Singin' and Dancin in the snow, but it posted and there was no place to insert a pic. So here is a link to the pic on Facebook. I hope it works...

I'm Back Home.

March 27, 2015 by Michael La Rocca (Register to contact)

I have been away from wonderful Buffalo for 28 years, and returned home on March 15, 2015 to continue my work in the Theatre District. On March 26, 2015 I was walking around downtown and just LOVING the snow!!! When you have lived out west for 28 years dealing with 114 degree temperatures in the Summer months, the snow is so welcomed and amazingly beautiful. I know Buffalo had a tough winter and most of were are probably tired of it come the end of March, but look at it from my perspective, to quote The Wizard of Oz: "If you ever go looking for your hearts desire again, don't go looking any further than your own backyard..." because indeed, "There's No Place Like Home." Here I am 3.26.15, singin' and dancin' in the snow!!! Warm Regards to my fellow Buffalonians... Michael La Rocca.

On stage at ACHS

March 9, 2012 by John Kirwan (Register to contact)

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The Amherst Male Glee Club founded by Walter Reitz in 1948 will present the Red Blazer Varieties of 2012 at Amherst Senior High School Friday March 30 at 7:30 PM and Saturday March 31 at 2PM and 7:30 PM. For tickets Phone (716) 875-XXXX or purchase them at the box office

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