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Schuyler Beeman Weighs in with an Update in his New Cabaret

Schuyler Beeman, who's warmed the hearts of Shoreline audiences since the 2014 staging of Home, the story of his homeward journey to a life he never could have imagined, is back with a sequel, Home Again, and will premiere it at this year's festival. It's scheduled for Wednesday, September 20, at 7 p.m. at Guilford's First Congregational Church. It's free and open to the public.

"Much has changed since that show," Beeman says, referring to his decision to forgo the full-time performer's life for a flock of sheep, a devoted dog and a close-knit community, "so I wanted to revisit what home means to me now."

A graduate of Middlebury College with a degree in theatre performance, Beeman worked professionally for close to ten years in the United States and Europe as a musical theatre performer and choreographer. He was also a handler for theatrical and film animal trainer Bill Berloni. Nowadays, he gardens, raises sheep, rabbits and poultry at his North Guilford farm, Arbor Farm, and is pursuing a career in elementary education. The show features Bill Speed on piano, Mark Gehret on bass and Brendan Galvin on drums.


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