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Devoted to the arts: Kelvin Dinkins


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Kelvin Dinkins spends as much time working on tour schedules as rehearsing solos as the president of the Triangle Club, the University’s oldest theater group.
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Kelvin Dinkins:
OK people,

Kelvin Dinkins:
the Trenton city government has asked us to come up with a new slogan for the city.

Kelvin Dinkins:
They want us to emphasize the city's production power

Kelvin Dinkins:
and its prominent position in the global market.

Kelvin Dinkins:
The slogan should be catchy, to the point,

Kelvin Dinkins:
and it should be able to fit on a bridge.

(music)

Singing:
Too much to fit in just one review.

Singing:
Maybe next year, we'll have a part, too.

Kelvin Dinkins:
I was born in France,

Kelvin Dinkins:
in the country of romance,

Kelvin Dinkins:
and my robe recalls

Kelvin Dinkins:
a Greek locale.

Kelvin Dinkins:
I've got that New York style

Kelvin Dinkins:
from standing on this isle,

Kelvin Dinkins:
but at heart,

Kelvin Dinkins:
I'm just a Jersey gal.

singers:
I come off as stern and frigid,

singers:
but I can promise that despite my look

singers:
I'm on my way to a toga party

singers:
with a Kama Sutra book.

Kelvin Dinkins:
Disguised, I can keep 'em on.

Kelvin Dinkins:
Unmasked, I'm just a fraud.

Kelvin Dinkins:
If only I could truly be

Kelvin Dinkins:
anyone but me.

(cheers, applause)

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