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Laurel Walker from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel wrote a profile of Mike Noonan, the star of "Something for Stevie." The movie was directed, written, and produced by New Berlin, Wisconsin, native William Tucker, and it's having its premiere Thursday, April 19th, at the Marcus Ridge Cinema at 7pm.
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Mike Noonan will be puttin' on the dog next week - tux, zoot hat, some snappy black-and-white shoes. He'll skip the white gloves. He says he can't eat popcorn with gloves.
Mike is a 24-year-old Waukesha man with Down syndrome starring in "Something for Stevie," an independent, locally produced film about a young fellow who, regardless of his disability, wants a job, a wife, a good life.
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