See it if Your looking for a simple FUN show. Great story line. Good acting. I used to live in Texas and they got all the places and people dead on.
Don't see it if You have to have lots of bells and whistles. This is a simple show but packed with laughs and charm.
See it if You appreciate good writing & well-drawn characters without any excess "stuff" that doesn't add to the story.You want a great night out.
Don't see it if You prefer larger-scale productions. You want a 100% comedy or drama without any mixing.
"A rollicking good ghost story…It’s also a very fine coming-home story, reconciliation story and small-town-hero story — another spunky, funny work by Josh Tobiessen…Mr. Weiner is electric here, a talky bundle of stuck-in-the-past…The director, Wes Grantom, gets Mr. Tobiessen’s script just right, disguising the twists and jokes adroitly and drawing fine performances out of everyone. If there is a ghost living in Walter’s store, it’s a well-entertained one."
"Skillfully directed by Wes Grantom, everyone has a great time playing these characters with almost perfection; a talented group and a great ensemble…The play, though filled with charm and heart, has a few awkward moments that still need to be worked through to make it fully realized and flow freely...Moments need to be deepened, and transitions need to be ironed out, but the play has a great core; connections and relationships are all there."
"There is an abundance of humor, warmth and wisdom in this small show. Ghosts and guns play their part, but it is its well-drawn and beautifully played characters that make it a go see. Director Wes Grantom does a great job of bumping people into each other at just the right moment and playwright Josh Tobiessen knows how to spin a surprise like a master."