"At Wit's End"
By Margaret Engel, Allison Engel
Presented through special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Sometimes an idiom can explain the predicament or the place you are in for that point in time. Though "At Wit's End" may mean something to you before you see the play, you may more likely put the emphasis on Wit of Erma Bombeck.
Laura MacGregor performs superbly as Erma Bombeck. Her gestures, pauses, presence sets each moment in Erma Bombeck's life. You leave feeling you truly understood Erma.
If you do not know who Erma Bombeck was, you should take the time to find out. You will find an everyday housewife who speaks the true and obvious of being a housewife. Sort of the untold, but known story that seemed perhaps a bit taboo to bring up in conversation. You have to admit, there is a lot of housewife material to write about.
Here are some photographs for you to enjoy. The first photograph I took because it caught my attention to the very first musical I photograph which happened to be at the Towle Theater; "Ordinary Days".
If the pen does not work, use the lip stick . . .
Director – Suzanne Nyhan
Assistant to the Director – Vanessa Merola
Lighting Design – Adrienne Petty
Intern – Anna Kirsch
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