Morristown was the home in the ’40s and ’50s to Alfred “Crazy” Chase, a talented fiddler and entertainer. He apparently was hard to miss, according to the News & Citizen. Crazy was a big, solid man who wore a dress, stockings and makeup, often with a cigar in his mouth. Author Allen Church immortalized Crazy in a recent two-act play, “The Return of Crazy Chase: The One Man Mini-Musical Comedy.” The first act is based on actual interviews with locals who remembered Crazy; the second act lets Crazy (played by Church) speak and fiddle for himself. Church said Crazy was “well liked, but maybe not always understood…a person who had a certain lust for life.” Church wanted his play to be entertaining and fun, but also respectful. The play was sponsored by the Middlesex Historical Society where a turnout of 40-50 people was expected. Guess Crazy can still draw the crowds as over 150 showed up.