Opening Night of Talley’s Folly went wonderfully! The actors got a standing ovation, and the audience kept clapping after they’d left until they came out to take a second bow! That was a nice surprise. 🙂 I’m really, really happy with the work that the entire company has done on this production.
And we’re thankful for a splendid review, the first one out, from D.A. Blackburn of Encore Michigan.
One of his nicer comments:
Over the last two seasons, Williamston Theatre has proven time and again that good theater can come out of small towns. They’ve also shown that, with experience, a theater can improve the quality of its programming with each and every production. Williamston’s final offering of the 2007-2008 season, Lanford Wilson’s Talley’s Folly, opens on the heels of the company’s most ambitious offering to date, but true to form, the work sets a high benchmark for shows to come.