November 5, 2012
I have been attending performances by this theater group for a decade. The productions are first rate, and the acting rivals any I've seen at The Kennedy Center or Ford's Theater in Washington, D.C. The best thing about East Lynne is how history is infused with comedy. They find vintage play material with all the raucous hilarity of today's sitcoms. It never ceases to amaze me how the popular topics of the 19th and early 20th centuries are still the same concerns and issues of today. East Lynne doesn't just perform comedies (though that is my favorite). You'll find the performance season spanning the gamut: thought-provoking dramas, whimsical radio show enactments with sound effects, simple readings or story telling -- all depicted by a variety of skilled professional actors for very reasonable ticket prices. East Lynne also runs workshops for area youth, making them a truly educational resource for the local community. I hope they continue to delight audiences for years to come.
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