By Lanford Wilson
Directed by Richard Corley
To quote the play, Lanford Wilson's Talley's Folly is "a waltz - a no-holds-barred romantic story." On a moonlight summer night in 1944, Sally Talley, a nurse's aide from a conservative, wealthy, Protestant family, and Matt Friedman, a German-Jewish accountant from St. Louis, eleven years Sally's senior, hold a clandestine rendezvous in the abandoned Talley family boathouse. The two cautiously feel their way to love, through the thicket of Talley family disapproval and their own complicated pasts.
Talley's Folly earned Lanford Wilson the 1980 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and the Broadway production earned numerous Tony Award nominations, including Best Play.
Produced by Madison Repertory Theatre at The Playhouse at the Overture Center for the Arts, 201 State Street, Madison
Performances: March 19 - April 1, 2007
Performance Times: Wed-Friday at 7:30pm, Saturday at 4pm and 8pm and Sunday at 2pm
Ticket Prices: Single tickets are on sale now and may be purchased, in-person, at the Overture Center Box Office, 201 State Street, Madison; by calling (608) 258-4141; or online at www.overturecenter.com. Single ticket prices are $39 for Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday performances; $47 for Friday and Saturday performances.
Call 608-258-4141 for reservations or more information.