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Music of Carole King takes TAP stage

3:23 PM, Apr. 16, 2013
Amy Ensign
Amy Ensign
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The Stage Door Theatre Company at Third Avenue Playhouse opens an original production with a two-week run of "Tapestries: The Music of Carole King" from April 18 to 28.

TAP co-director James Valcq conceived "Taperstries," weaving together many of King's most famous songs as well as some that are not as well-known to create an original musical revue of one of pop music's most prolific singer/songwriters.

King wrote her first No. 1 hit at age 17, penning "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" for the Shirelles with then-husband Gerry Goffin. She went on to write chart-topping hits for many other recording ...

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