Wild Flowers opened strong. One of the actors mentioned to me that the audience's laughter surprised her. That's normal with comedies. When you rehearse them over and over with no audience, you somehow forget the play is funny. I mean, you may know it consciously, but you just don't feel the expectation of chortles.
The audience had a good time. A critic who attended said she liked it a lot.
As for me, I'm very happy. Giau Truong, who directed, is very happy. And our actors looked pretty happy, as they deserve to be.
That this play would succeed...
was always my belief.
But seeing it come to pass...
was certainly a relief!