You might not have noticed, but I’ve been really into theatre lately.

A few weeks ago, I went to a soul-touching performance of Talley’s Folly at Roundabout Theatre.

The play, Lanford Wilson's Pulitzer Prize winning piece set in 1944, is about the relationship between Matt Friedman, a Jewish immigrant and Sally Tally, a small town girl from a conservative Protestant family. 

It’s a great heart-warming play about finding love when you stopped looking.

Make some time to see the show, because after all, a few tears every now and then are good for your skin!



Photo courtesy of Roundabout Theatre.