Geoff Stone poses for a picture as he pretends to smoke from a pipe following his audition for "Rob Ford The Musical: The Birth of a Ford Nation" in Toronto, June 16, 2014. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
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In anyone's missed Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's scandalous confessions, expletive-laden videos and Jimmy Kimmel appearances over the past year, a new theatrical production is bringing his honor's story to the musical stage.By early afternoon, a few dozen would-be Fords had taken a turn for the show's creators, and several men with the mayor's heavyset build and close-cropped hair wandered the halls at the downtown theater school where the open curtain call was held.Even before taking leave, Ford had been performing only some of the duties of mayor.Ford is expected to return to public life in early July.
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