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December, 1970, finished a three month tour with the British Dance Drama Theatre. January 1971, Carl was invited by the Director of the Casino De Paris Theatre, off Shaftesbury Avenue to choreography a dance piece for their next season. April 1971, auditioned for Ballet Rambert  Dance Company at their Notting Hill Gate studio, and for the Musical "Hair", at the Shaftesbury Theatre. "Hair" Company Manager, Matt Faint was the first to contact Carl and confirm that he got the job. He accepted, and agreed to start then following week. Couple hours after accepting, the administrator of BR rang to say Marie Rambert was impress with his audition and would like him to join the company for a three month engagement.

Carl explained that he had just agreed to join the Musical "Hair" in the West End.. April 1971, Carl Joined the cast of "Hair" at the Shaftesbury Theatre and "Let the Sunshine in" to his career in the West End. 1972, while in the Musical “Hair” attended an audition at the Adelphi Theatre, for a three month season of  Peter Coe's  of  production of “Black Macbeth” at the Roundhouse Theatre. Then a week later, Carl friend Declan Joseph, contacted me to say Peter Coe would like him to join the cast of “Black Macbeth” as one of the three witches. Carl had to decline. 1973, the Musical “Hair”  came to an abrupt end as in the early hours of the morning after parts of the ceiling plasterwork came apart and fell on the stage and the audience stalls.

It was a miracle. If it had happened during the performance, members of the cast and the public would have being killed and seriously injured. Preparation for the 200th performance was immediately cancelled. 1974, a summer revival of “Hair" was stage at the Queen's Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue for a sixteen weeks run. October, 1974, Carl joined members of the London cast who were invited by the Greek millionaire, Oke, to go to the Kingdom of Lesotho, Southern Africa, to replace the American cast from his production of the show, which was stage in the capitol, Maseru. 1975, Ten weeks into the show, the show went bust and the London cast

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