Template:Performer Bernard Crawford is a big-name Broadway producer, who makes an agreement with his son, Ronnie Crawford, to let him have one chance at being a Broadway producer. When Ronnie wanted to produce Kermit the Frog's musical, Manhattan Melodies, he signed his fathers name to the letter asking Kermit to meet with him to discuss the play, fearing that Kermit wouldn't come otherwise. Bernard wasn't too thrilled with his son producing this musical, but still agreed to do everything that he promised to do.

Although the reason for promising his son one chance to be a Broadway producer isn't really explained, he promised his son that he would pay for the lighting and scenery, but on the condition that the show opened within two weeks of making the deal to produce Manhatan Melodies.

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