We’ve just closed Guys on Ice after a very successful run. To celebrate, we’ve got some words from one of the actors! Joey Albright, who played Marvin in the show, had this to say:
Well, I just finished my third production of “Guys on Ice”. I had done it at the Purple Rose, The Gem Theatre and now in the lovely town of Williamston. One constant for me was that Tony Caselli was the director on all three productions.
I had a great time working on this show with Tony again. I also got to work with two guys that I have never been on stage with before. Bruce and B.J. were a lot of fun and true pros to the end. I hope to work with both of them again.
After a somewhat slow start, our audience numbers picked up quite a bit for the last half of the run. It was very nice to be a part of a good selling show in Williamston. Tony, Christine, Emily and John work so hard and it was a pleasure to be a small part of a successful show for them. I hope there are many, many more to come.
One last note. I was in Williamston the night of the tornado. It was a very scary time but just like most people, we got through it. I’ll never forget that night and all the people who went through this experience together. If you are a Williamston resident you should be proud of your police, firefighters and all the emergency people who helped restore order in a very chaotic time. I am very thankful for all they did.
I now have one week to rest and then I am back at it. We start rehearsals for “Every Christmas Story Ever Told” at Meadowbrook Theatre on Monday. We will be playing in Williamston for two weeks beginning December 13th. I am already looking forward to it.