Join Walt Willey for his one man show: Wild Bill! An Evening with James Butler Hickok at the 807 Building performance space in Ottawa, IL. Click on the ticket button below to order your tickets. Performances August 3-5. More information
WilleyWorld Community Productions is thrilled to announce its partnership with the Lone Buffalo restaurant /Tangled Roots brewery for a "meal and a show" package for Wild Bill! An Evening with James Butler Hickok. Please scroll down to below show poster for more information about The Lone Buffalo.
Soup OR Salad
Tomato and Grilled Cheese Soup
Chicken or Beef
Grilled Chicken with Roasted Vegetable Hash and Green Chile Mornay
Char Crusted Filet with Horseradish Potatoes and Bourbon Onions
Mason Jar Carrot Cake
So enjoy a fantastic meal before the show at Ottawa's newest - and finest - eating/drinking establishment, the Lone Buffalo! Conveniently situated right across the street from our performance space at the 807 Building, the Lone Buffalo, and it's attached brewery, Tangled Roots, have one goal: to serve good food and beer in a comfortable atmosphere.
Chef Brok and his brigade use fresh products from their own farm and other local farmers and producers. Everything on the menu is freshly cooked, every day, and varies with the seasons.
Their beer is crafted, using traditional methods and equipment (that Wild Bill would surely recognize!), from the best malts and hops available - including some from their own farm.
So join us at the Lone Buffalo (a name ol' Wild Bill would undoubtedly get a kick out of) and enjoy a delicious meal in a private dining spot (just for pre-show folks) before the show!
Just click the TICKETS button for your "meal and a show" package, or for just tickets to the show.
I'll see you there!
Walt Willey surprises Susan Lucci on: Hallmark Channel's Home & Family - Full interview courtesy of: Home & Family
Genesis Creations Entertainment is proud to announce text chats with Walt Willey! Each session will be 60 minutes of on-line text chat. Tickets are $5. You will receive a link and password to the text chat. Walt Willey reserves the right to not answer questions that are too personal or regarding issues where he chooses not to comment. If you would like a one-on-one video chat please fill out our no obligation form to be added to the waiting list.
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Farewell to Agnes Nixon
Oh, the irony! I'm pretty sure Agnes would approve.
When I opened my Facebook page just now to say something in memory of the marvelous Agnes Nixon I found that I had typed a post regarding the anniversary of "All My Children's" final show on September 23 but had neglected to hit "Post."
So let me make this post a combined tribute to the show that meant so much to so many of you on which I gladly toiled for almost 25 years, and the incredible woman that created this daytime juggernaut.
Agnes Nixon was, to me, the epitome of class, erudition, and grace. Though tiny in stature, her creative genius filled her with a glow that fairly shown around her. She always had time for her actors, her "children," and truly loved them. She was tough and honest and I cherish every moment I ever spent in discussion with Agnes or just observing her as everyone in the room came to her as if to a most benign monarch. Agnes, you honored and delighted me every time we had anything to do with one another. You will be greatly missed. Walt Willey
Farewell to Larkin Malloy - Brotherly love for Jackson Montgomery!
Larkin Malloy welcomed me like a brother when I joined the cast in 1987. We worked together, did appearances together, partied together, vacationed together. He was an "actor's actor," spending many years teaching the craft, and a gentleman in the Old World style. We spent many hours together, both on set and off, and truly were "Irish brothers from another mother." Tommy, you will be missed. Love you, brother.
‘For in that sleep of death what dreams may come’ Hamlet - Walt Willey
Walt Willey and Susan Lucci reunite on the Meredith Vieira Show for a Soap Opera Showdown.
Susan Lucci Final "All My Children" speech filmed by Walt Willey
This video was filmed by Walt Willey on August 25, 2011
A personal note from Walt:
Here's my coverage of the speech (in part) that Susan Lucci gave to cast and crew at a luncheon she threw for all of us during the final days of All My Children. Susan is one of the most gracious people I have ever had the good fortune to work with...truly a classy girl, my Susan!
Walt Willey and Bobbie Eakes host the Miss Virginia Pageant