This Wonderful Life

Michigan Premiere!
By Steve Murray
November 27 – December 20, 2009

A beloved American film classic, It’s A Wonderful Life, comes to the stage in this one-man tour de force that delivers a witty and moving story that is sure to capture your heart and captivate your spirit. There’s the family man George Bailey; evil and miserly Mr. Potter; Clarence, the dotty angel in waiting; devoted Mary, and Zuzu with her petals. But we can’t forget the image of a man standing alone on a bridge on Christmas Eve…the story of how he got there, and how he found his way back home. This Wonderful Life reminds us of the power of perspective, friendship and family. Superbly adapted from the most irresistible and entertaining “what if” story of all time. A holiday experience for the whole family.

Directed by Tony Caselli. Featuring John Lepard.

Thursdays and Fridays at 8pm
Saturdays at 3pm and 8pm
Sundays at 2pm.
There will be a special 3pm matinee on Friday, November 27.

Tickets Prices:
Individual tickets will be on sale beginning on Monday, November 9, 2009.
Pay-What-You-Can ~ Friday, November 27 at 3pm
Thursday evenings ~ $18
Friday and Saturday evenings ~ $24
Saturday and Sunday matinees ~ $20
Student tickets (with valid ID) ~ $10
Senior discount (65 and older) ~ $2 off regular ticket price


PREVIEW: Williamston offers new twist on a ‘Wonderful’ tale
~ Bridgette Redman, Lansing State Journal

REVIEW: Deft Lepard in a Wonderful Show
~ Martin F. Kohn,

REVIEW: ‘Wonderful’ Performance: Actor delivers one-man version of classic Christmas film
~ Paul Wozniak, Lansing City Pulse

REVIEW: Lepard is wonderful in Williamston’s ‘Life’
~ Kate O’Neill, Lansing State Journal

REVIEW: ‘This Wonderful Life’ is Wonderful – 4 out of 4 stars!
~ Jim Fordyce,

Wilde Award Nominee, Best Drama
Wilde Award Nominee, Best Actor in a Drama (John Lepard)
Wilde Award Nominee, Best Sound Design (Quintessa Gallinat)
Pulsar Award for Best Play
Pulsar Award Nomination for Best Director (Tony Caselli)
Pulsar Award for Best Actor in a Play (John Lepard)
Pulsar Award Nomination for Best Lighting Design (Reid Johnson)
Pulsar Award Nomination for Best Sound Design (Quintessa Gallinat)
Thespie Award Runner Up for Best Actor in a Play (John Lepard)