Kellie Wright as Florence and
Bill Wright as St. Clair
Directed by Thomas Rosengren
used with special permission
from Samuel French
The True Story of Florence Foster Jenkins, the Worst Singer”
Written by Peter Quilter
April 5th-6th & 12th-13th, 2019
April 7th & 14th, 2019
Hilarious comedy of the worst singer in the world in 1941.
Tickets: Adults $20
Seniors $15 (opening nite only)
Students $10 (under 25)
Children $5 (under 12)
Tickets will be available 2 weeks prior
to event at Giving Tree Children’s Boutique in New London and Whitney Music in Willmar.
This show is one that is unique and one you won’t want to miss. Get your tickets reserved today at www.newlondonlittletheatre.com
*Remember April 5th is Senior Night! All seniors get a $5.00 discount off the regular ticket price!!
My husband Ben and I went to see Glorious: The True Story of Florence Foster Jenkins (directed by Thomas Rosengren) at the Little Theater on Friday night and we had so much fun. The show’s success has to hinge around a convincing Florence, and Kellie Wright was absolutely committed to the character. She had the comedic talent to take the one-note joke of “Florence can’t sing” and make it something you just couldn’t help giggling at every time. Her supportive boyfriend (Bill Wright) was a believable complement to her unflappably ostentatious character. Other notable parts of the show were some very beautiful costumes, a set that made effective use of the small space, and a pianist (Jacob Meyer) who can play beautifully and act at the same time, which is harder than it looks! Honestly, go see it if you can!