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Local meteorologist portrays priest in 'Angels Fall'

Photo from The New Phoenix Theatre program.

A play written by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Lanford Wilson continues on stage at the New Phoenix Theater in Buffalo. As WBFO's Eileen Buckley reports, it features a local television meteorologist who portrays a priest in 'Angels Fall.'

For years, Mike Randall has performed Mark Twain before audiences across the area, but he has also spent a full career as a meteorologist and reporter at WKBW-TV. 

Randall is portraying Father Doherty in 'Angels Fall,' presented by The New Phoenix Theatre Company in Buffalo.

"It's a play about change and it's a play about excepting change," said Randall.

Credit WBFO News photo by Eileen Buckley
Mike Randall at the WBFO studio to talk about his role.

'Angels Fall' is on stage through April 4.