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Twin Cities native Laura Osnes killing 'em on Broadway as Bonnie & Clyde opens

It was four years ago that a reality TV show plucked Osnes from the Chanhassen Dinner Theater and deposited her in a Broadway musical. The Eagan native has made the most of it. After sailing through South Pacific and Anything Goes she's now originating the role of Bonnie Parker in a newly-opened musical. "It's kind of magical how the whole thing happened," she says.
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It was four years ago that a reality TV show plucked Osnes from the Chanhassen Dinner Theater and deposited her in a Broadway musical. The Eagan native has made the most of it. After sailing through South Pacific and Anything Goes she's now originating the role of Bonnie Parker in a newly-opened musical. "It's kind of magical how the whole thing happened," she says.

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