‘Winslow Boy’ runs through May 30

Milford actor Jim Buffone is  featured in  Square One Theatre’s production of The Winslow Boy by Terence Rattigan playing Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays now through May 30 at the Stratford Theatre in Stratford.
Hailed by The New York Times as “A stirring, moving and resonant drama that touches a deep chord,” The Winslow Boy is set against the strict codes of conduct and manners of the Edwardian era. Some feel it might have influenced the creator of the popular PBS series, “Downton Abbey.”.
Other cast members include Square One Subscriber Award-Winners Stratford Actors Lucy Babbitt. Bruce Murray and Sam Noccioli, Ann Kinner (Westport), David Victor (Fairfield), Tess Brown (Bridgeport) along, Ryan Hendrickson (Stamford) and Joseph Maker (Darien) making their Square One stage debuts.
The Winslow Boy is directed by Stratford’s Tom Holehan
Remaining performances are Friday, May 29 at 8pm; Saturday, May 30 at 4pm (twilight matinee) and Saturday, May30 at 8pm (final performance).
Milford’s Cliff Fava is behind the scenes on lights.
All performances take place on the stage of the Stratford Theatre, 2422 Main Street in Stratford.
Tickets are: $20 for adult single tickets; $19 for senior citizens and students. Call the box office at 203-375-8778; or go online at squareonetheatre.com.