HORSHAM Arts Council’s production of The Good Young Man has enjoyed a strong opening weekend.
Director Rick Walker said the play had been well received by audiences during the weekend’s performances.
“Our best performance so far has been the Sunday matinee – it was fantastic,” he said.
“The people who come to this show can expect to see a really high quality performance.
“Inevitably, every performance just gets smoother.
Walker said the younger members of the cast had shone despite their lack of experience.
“These young people have been the amazing thing about the play,” he said.
“They put on their character like a glove and they’re so believable.
“There are no weak links in this show.”
The Good Young Man is an English comedy set in the 1950s that follows a family lacking in morality who are changed by the arrival of a ‘good’ guest.
Walker said he expected some full houses in the remaining performances.
“If people want to come along they had better get in and book their tickets fast,” he said.
“This show is not just Horsham’s show – there are people coming from all the small towns.”
There are six performances of the play remaining in the season.
Walker said people could buy tickets from www.wesleypac.com.au or Helloworld, 38 Firebrace Street, Horsham.