By Don Gordon
The story of two lost souls who find their future in each other. This unpredictable, charmingly comic story seems to start out simply: Kathleen wants a license plate with the word “Panache” on it – but Harry has it. Nothing is as simple as it seems, however, and what begins as a ridiculous squabble over the seemingly unimportant turns into a desperate quest to salvage two lives. Directed by Suzi Regan.
AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS
“Williamston Theatre wins again with a play that is almost unknown, but is one that will enchant audiences throughout the run.”
“The Williamston Theatre’s sharp new production of the play… catches all the lights green and delivers some of the most endearing theater of the season.”
“4 out of Fordyce! While this troupe gives us consistently good shows, Panache is a stand out.”
“Leads dig deep into layered roles in Panache.”
Performances are Thursday and Friday evenings at 8pm, Saturdays at 3pm and 8pm and Sundays at 2pm. There is no matinee on Saturday, March 28 at 3pm.
CREW and STAFF
* Member Actors’ Equity Association
Photos by Chris Purchis
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