Review: Buffalo Gal

Williamstown Little Theatre Buffalo Gal by A. R. Gurney Directed by George Werther Performance - Friday 11 September 2015 (Opening week) Reviewer – Jennifer Paragreen A new play by A. R. Gurney seemed an interesting prospect given his reputation with such works as Love Letters, The Dining Room and Sylvia. An Australian première of this new play means that everything is fresh and audiences go along without preconceived ideas about what they are about to experience. And so it was when I went along to see Buffalo Gal staged by Williamstown Little Theatre. To my surprise, and to that of several other patrons, we were greeted in the courtyard by a huge poster, complete with cast photos, advertis

Two 'Skips' in Europe

Roger and Wendy Forsey have been enjoying the delights of foreign travel, and all the things that are different from home.... When we left Melbourne it was the middle of winter, around 11°, so it was a shock when we arrived in Frankfurt and it was over 30°. Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof was as hot as a glasshouse in the afternoon sun. We hopped on a Regional-Express (RE) to Würzburg. It was pretty crowded and flaming hot, as it was not air conditioned and you couldn’t open any of the windows. Arriving in Würzburg we were going to hop on a tram a couple of stops to pick up the keys to our apartment. Have you ever tried to use a ticket machine for the first time in a foreign country with a LCD

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