Double play by brothers at Porchlight's 'Double Trouble'

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(Left to right) Adrian Aguilar, Jim Walton, Alexander Aguilar, Bob Walton

There was a nice bonding going on last Friday backstage at “Double Trouble,” the tap-dancing, quick-change musical comedy now playing through Oct. 6 at Porchlight Music Theatre — and it involved two separate pairs of brothers.

The show’s creators — Jim and Bob Walton — hit it off with Adrian and Alexander Aguilar, the brothers who star in the Walton’s show. The authors, themselves Broadway stars, shared tales of performing in “Double Trouble,” and offered Adrian some advice about hitting the Great White Way — since he’s recently been signed to perform in “Rocky: The Musical,” opening in February on Broadway.


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