Our first production of New Year’s eve at Grandma’s House April 13 was a smashing success. Our two shows played to sold-out houses. We even had to bring in extra chairs for the 8 p.m. show to accommodate all the people waiting to get in.
So what’s next? We had two great audience talk-backs that gave us some great ideas for what will be the second act of this play as it expands from a one-act into a full production. In the meantime, the one-act is available to charitable organizations that wish to perform it as a fund-raising endeavor. Simply contact us here to pursue that option.Members of the cast continue in their acting endeavors after turning in memorable performances. For one evening, they transported me back to my childhood in Brooklyn and to my grandmother’s house as it was that New Year’s Eve so long ago. For that and for all their hard work, I am eternally grateful. Our director, Ryan Kitley, also continues in his acting career. We could not have made this production a reality without him. He is always a most welcome guest at grandma’s house, as are all of you who came to the shows and follow us on this blog.
John N. Frank