Just when I'm starting to worry about whether I've seen too many shows lately to really be touched by any of them, something like Williamston Theater's Music from a Sparkling Planet comes along that leaves me bawling at the end.
It's an absolutely delightful comedy that I'd love to go see again. It was funny, memorable, and, at the end a tear-jerker. Nor does it hurt that it was superbly performed and directed.
One of my favorite lines: "People go to the theater to hear the truth and they watch television to be lied to."