Barry appeared at three Vulkon science fiction conventions in Spring 2002, where he spoke, autographed, and performed his hit one-man stage show Merely Players. All proceeds from the performance and from photo sales at the autograph sessions benefited Parkinson's disease treatment and research, in honor of his late wife Sydney Sturgess.
Kent McCord ("Adam-12") and Barry in Orlando, Florida
Orlando, Florida - March 23-24, 2002
Barry's Orlando and Cleveland appearances and performances of Merely Players were a great success. He greeted and signed autographs for hundreds of fans at each show, spoke on-stage, and his performances of the stage drama Merely Players were very well received - he received standing ovations at each performance!
FAN REPORTS FROM VULKON ORLANDO
"Saturday was exciting...we were treated to a one-man play by Barry Morse...an intimate sharing of the
career of a professional actor, intensely and personally committed to delivering quality entertainment to his audience."
"I just wanted to write you and tell you how much fun I had this weekend at the Orlando March convention...
it really gave me an opportunity to spend time with Barry especially."
Cleveland, Ohio - April 27-28, 2002
Peter Williams ("Stargate") and Barry in Cleveland, Ohio
FAN REPORTS FROM VULKON CLEVELAND
"Hi!! I hope you remember us... we had dinner with Barry Morse on Saturday night...
and believe me, it was the highlight of the weekend!"
"I just wanted to write and let you know how much I liked Barry's one man show on Saturday.
It really was one of the highlights of the con for me, and what a gentleman he is!"
Barry with Richard Hatch ("Battlestar Galactica") and
with 15 year old Michael, a fan and budding writer
Atlanta, Georgia - May 24-26, 2002
FAN REPORTS FROM VULKON ATLANTA
"It was a joy meeting Barry, who I've been a fan of since The Fugitive. His stage show was so good,
that I went home and immediately watched the video tape of the show I bought!"
"...I was also very impressed with Barry Morse. For eighty-four years old, he was very informative and a true professional."
"Thank you very much... My Dad always had a beard just like Barry Morse's, and I used to always give it a
yank whenever I would see him (he has passed on now). I was very tempted to yank his beard,
but he would have thought I was ready for the loony bin... I had fun...!"
"What a delightful gentleman! He had me captivated every time he spoke. His grasp of the English
language kept me enthralled. One of the best guests Iíve ever seen at a convention.
Donít miss his one-man show, Merely Players..."
Robert Wood, Barry Morse, Danita Louw, and Anthony Wynn in Atlanta, Georgia
Barry meets his old friend, "Scotty"
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