Best of Friends

Kathy and I went to the Gaslight Theater again last night to see James Elward’s Best of Friends. The show, which revolves around the relationships within a family spearheaded by a poised, clever woman and her famous philandering husband of 30 years, was one of the best that we’ve caught at this theater. The set was one of the nicest looking we’ve seen, and the ensemble worked together very smoothly, especially for an opening night performance. The play is both very funny and thought-provoking in its dealings with family relationships and the issues of aging. As usual, quite worth a viewing.