The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds

By Paul Zindel
February 5 – March 1, 2009

The 1971 Pulitzer Prize winner for Drama. This American classic is a stirring story of perseverance and hope. One of Off-Broadway’s greatest successes, this powerful and moving study of an embittered, vindictive widow and her two young daughters has been hailed as one of the most significant and affecting plays of our time.

Thespie Awards for Best Actress (Emily Sutton-Smith), Best Supporting Actress (Jennifer Shafer) and Best Featured Actress (Gloria Vivalda)
Wilde Award Nominations for Best Drama, Best Actress (Emily Sutton-Smith) and Best Lighting Design (Donald Robert Fox)
Pulsar Nominations for Best Actress (Emily Sutton-Smith), Best Supporting Actress (Kellyn Uhl) and Best Featured Actress (Gloria Vivalda)

“Williamston’s Production is Daring and Impressive”
~ Ken Glickman, Lansing State Journal

“Brilliant Marigolds: Williamston blooms bright with dark Gamma Rays”
~ Tom Helma, Lansing City Pulse

“Collaboration Shines at Williamston Theatre”
~ Donald V. Calamia,

Marigolds Radiate in Williamston”
~ Jim Fordyce,

Performances are Thursday and Friday evenings at 8pm, Saturdays at 3pm and 8pm and Sundays at 2pm. There is no matinee on Saturday, February 7 at 3pm.

Tickets Prices:
Pay-What-You-Can ~ Thursday, February 5 at 8pm
Preview Performances, February 6-12 ~ $15
Thursday evenings ~ $18
Friday and Saturday evenings ~ $24
Saturday and Sunday matinees ~ $20

Stephanie Koenig
Jennifer Shafer
Emily Sutton-Smith*
Kellyn Uhl
Gloria Vivalda

Directed by John Lepard
Set Design: Kirk Domer
Lighting Design: Donald Robert Fox
Costume Design: Jodi Ozimek
Stage Managed by Stefanie Din*
Production Assistant to Stage Manager: Erin Snyder
Box Office: Sarah Basham, Sabrina Steller
Photography: J.D. Small Studios
Graphic Design: CiesaDesign

* Member Actors’ Equity Association