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|Other titles||For the benefit of Mr. Hallam.|
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Lewis Hallam (–56) was the founder of the family. With his wife, three children, and a company of 10, Hallam left his native England and arrived in the British North American colonies in When friends ask me where my passion for music and the Arts comes from, I usually respond with the perfectly-dramatic anecdote of my father and mother's experience seeing The Phantom of the Opera in mother was pregnant for me at the time, so of course the love for theatre was instilled in me whilst I listened in the womb.
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