... we give you the last (poetic) words from Director George Werther... Buffalo Gal, won’t you come out tonight? Was the call to our intrepid six. There was Amanda and James, thespians two, Joining Jackie, Deb, Roy, Dan in the mix. They met at a theatre down Williamstown way To see if life could imitate art. Of course Debbie said that, as she only could, We thought it was a pretty good start. Now Debbie is Karolina, her first time on stage, And her Debbie performance was ace.
First read through, and in some cases, first meeting, of the Over the River and Through the Woods cast and Director took place last night. As you can see by the photo, it's a very convivial start! L-R: Helen Ellis (Director); Sandy Green (Aida), Carol Shelbourn (Emma), Robert Harsley (Nunzio), Francesca Bianchi (Caitlin), Rowan Howard (Nick), Richard Pannell (Frank)
Growing up in the Cliff Family Williamstown bakery, 1941-1954 (Part 1/3) By Peter Cliff Behind the house and shop at 157 Douglas Parade Williamstown is the bakery established by my Grandfather, Emanuel Cliff, in the late 1920’s. Today the modified bakery, No 2 Albert Street, is the celebrated home of the Williamstown Little Theatre, established since the mid 1960’s. My grandparents Emanuel and Anne Cliff occupied the house with their two children, Stanley and Marjory. Emanuel
Following the lead of other jet-setting WLT-ites two of our Life Members, one a Committee Member and the other Cues & News Editor; Ellis Ebell and Frank Page, respectively, fly out tomorrow for Greece. We heard they had lots of cash on hand as the impacts of the Greek debt continue to bite. They'll have an election to contend with but all should be well before they fly home via Sri Lanka. We might get a report from them for our October edition of Cues & News.
Tonight the warm, funny 'Buffalo Gal' opens! CHOOKAS to our amazing cast and backstage super crew !!! Well done to everyone who's had a hand in bringing this play to life. Director George Werther and Assistant Director Brian Christopher looked amazingly relaxed at all full dress rehearsals, and justifiably so as the show just sparkles. It's a play about a theatre company, which we've decided is Buffalo Little Theatre, in Buffalo, NY beginning rehearsals for a production of C