Last night was preview night, and it went well for a half-packed room. Heard some good laughter (especially from my wife, who, if you've heard her, has a distinct and not quiet laugh when something really tickles her).
Tonight is opening night! Show-times and tickets can be found here. I've got some friends coming to Friday's show, and a good chunk of my family is coming next Saturday.
I think the show has turned out really well; I think you'll have a great time if you come.
Oh, I don't think I mentioned it on this blog: I'm no longer playing Brassett the butler (my friend Robert Tiffin has taken that role). I'm now playing Sir Francis Chesney, Jack's father. There were some complications with casting about a month into rehearsals, but it's turned out just fine.