Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Hate Mail

Here's some good news in the theater world: Williamston is extending its run of Hate Mail.

They were originally scheduled to close this weekend, but are instead running through April 13. The press release quotes Executive Director John Lepard saying, "Due to rave reviews from both critics and audiences, we decided it just wasn't time to close this show. We're thrilled to be able to give the public ten more opportunities to see this wonderful cast and to give this talented cast and crew a few more weeks of work."

It isn't often that theater groups extend their runs--at least not in mid-Michigan, so I find it pretty exciting that they're able to do so.

Certainly the show is worthy of being extended. It's a hilarious show with a pair of highly talented actors.

Congratulations to Williamston and everyone involved in the show!


Anonymous said...

Thanks, Bridgette, for the congratulations!

Glad to see you're recovering from your cold!

-Tony Caselli

Bridgette Redman said...

You're very welcome!

I also saw that Performance Network extended its run of Doubt for another week. I love hearing that theaters are able to extend their runs!