Nostalgic play gets February showing

January 31, 2014 by  

Taking place next month, ‘She Loves Me’ is a theatrical performance being presented by the Williams Street Repertory and is likely to be an intelligent, funny, sentimental, and honest offering. Suitable for people of all ages, flyer printing might have been one method used to promote this nostalgic comedy to people in the community and the surrounding districts.

This is a touching and animated show that features the music of Sheldon Harnick and Jerry Bock, and is based on the book written by Joe Masteroff from Cabaret. It tells the story of Amalia and Georg, two feuding clerks who work in a European perfumery in the 1930s. These two find secret solace in the anonymous love letters they receive from pen pals.

The humor derives from the fact that neither knows their letters are from each other. The endearing innocence in this play has universal appeal to audiences and is blended with an old world elegance relevant even in today’s society. The audience is likely to leave with a heart filled with old fashioned nostalgia and warmth.

Tickets for this performance begin at $25 per person. It will be on stage from Sunday, February 7 until Sunday, February 16 from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm at the Raue Center for the Arts, Inc. located at 26 North Williams Street in Crystal Lake, Illinois. To find out more about the play, its sponsors, or to purchase tickets, visit the location’s website or call the box office during normal hours.