Some good news

Last spring, Williamston Theatre, then the newest professional theater in mid-Michigan, had to cut short the run of one of their shows. There were a number of factors contributing to this, the biggest one being that Michigan had frozen all of its promised grant money, leaving many organizations in the lurch without the money they had budgeted for.

This past week, Williamston announced the extension of their current show: Hate Mail. They're keeping it open for an additional two weeks and 10 performances, something that is rarely done in this neck of the woods.

To quote their press release:

"Due to the rave reviews from both critics and audiences, we decided it just wasn't time to close this show," said Executive Director, John Lepard. "We are thrilled to be able to give the public ten more opportunities to see this wonderful production, and to give this talented cast and crew a few more weeks of work."

March 27, 2008 8:16 AM |


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