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Hank Williams, Now That's a Sad Song, by Wendell N. Troy, Sr.
Awesome Presentation
Sunday, January 23, 2005
5.0
Take a small intimate theatre...add a table and two chairs.....and a crew with "HEART" as big as Texas...add warmth, love and respect and you have "Hank Williams, Now That`s a Sad Song!

I drove from Birmingham and honestly expected a "lukewarm" effort, not befitting the most influential person in Country Music. Was I ever "wowed!"

This production is awesome! I was moved from the first word spoken..to the last group fanfare.

Tony Hill`s portrayal of Hank was flawless and incredibly honest. His vocal inflections were "Hank"..perfectly done. Tony is a true talent.

Kim Tomko was so pretty, and totally believable as Audrey. Kim is a true talent treasure. Her performance was heady, and straight on... Exactly as I would picture Audrey.

Nykki La Marr as TeeTot will haunt me forever. Nykki is awesome! He ruled the performance without overbearing and instilled a thread of honesty that followed through until the last act. I will never forget his performance.


I look forward to seeing the performance again at the Hank Williams Museum in Georgiana Alabama, Hank`s hometown.

Thank you Wendell Hardin for calling me and suggesting I bring my father (a HUGE Hank Williams Fan) and make the trip to Marietta! I owe you one!

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