Talley's Folly (2009)

Synopsis

The play follows the courtship of two unlikely lovers, Sally Talley and Matt Friedman. Sally is a small-town girl from a conservative, wealthy family of bigoted Protestants; Matt is a Jewish accountant 12 years her senior. The story of how they become brave enough to reveal their most painful secrets touched audiences and critics, making the play's Broadway run a great success. 

Winner of the 1980 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
Celebrating 30 Years of the Bloomington Playwrights Project (BPP) with a special production of the Pulitzer Prize Winning romance from BPP's inaugural year.

Directed by Tom Evans
Co Sponsored by The Jewish Theatre of Bloomington