Review: Williamston’s BOWLING is a solid hit

Pithy bowling metaphors scarcely describe the Williamston Theatre´s “While We Were Bowling.”

BowlingCarter W. Lewis’ magnificent script takes a curved look at one suburban family in 1957, contrasting the televised ideal to the reality on stage with a poignant and tender gaze. Director John Lepard expands his record of pulling strong performances from Michigan State University actors and astounding performances from established veterans. The result is a polished production that smoothly glides from tragic lows to comic highs with a slight spin sure to knock down every demographic pin.

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