Actor Peter Scolari has discovered what many around these parts already know: breathing well is often difficult.
Scolari, who starred on TV’s “Girls,’’ “Newhart,” and “Bosom Buddies” was cast for a leading role on stage in “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” July 5-11 at the Muny in St. Louis.
But the Muny, being an outdoor theater in Forest Park, caused problems for Scolari. While practicing for his role, he developed a sinus infection and allergies, forcing him to opt out of his scheduled performances, stltoday.com reported.
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