This 1997 Tony Award Winning Best Play, written by Alfred Uhry, takes place during the winter of 1939 in Atlanta, Georgia. The play opens on the premiere of "Gone With the Wind," Hitler has just invaded Poland, but the town's focus seems to be on the social event of the year, "Ballyhoo." I have the pleasure of playing Sunny Freitag, the Wellesley College student struggling with her Jewish identity, relationship to hew newfound beau "Joe," and her patchy companionship with her cousin, Lala. Sunny is bright, and vulnerable girl in her 20's looking to find herself, written beautifully in Uhry's production of acceptance and change. Directed by Greg Logenhagen at Florida Repertory Theatre, running 11/28/17- 12/17/17.