"The Sunshine Boys" Closes to a Packed House
Neil Simon's "The Sunshine Boys" closed this past Sunday to a packed house.
Here's what reviewers had to say . . .
" . . . Friday night's performance of The Sunshine Boys was amazingly heartwarming."
". . . a convincing world of theatre."
"One can always expect a set done by the Players to be fantastic."
"In Act II we meet an amazing supporting cast . . . "
The role of Willie Clark was played by David Bisett, recently seen in "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" and "Death of a Salesman"; Al Lewis by Frank Follis; Ben Silverman by Rob Huey, also in "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike"; Eddy by Carelix Acousta; the Sketch Nurse by Katie Scott, one of the Kit Kat Girls in "Cabaret"; the Registered Nurse by Nina Bryant, seen in "Good People" and "Lost in Yonkers"; and the Patient/Announcer/Director by Gary Northrup.
Directed by Milton Zoth and produced by Karen Rudy. Executive Producer was Adam Witko.
"The Sunshine Boys" was presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.