MacIvor’s Monster staged by Nasty Shadows
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Following the adventure of creating The Table Experiments, Nasty Shadows returns to familiar ground in the work of Daniel MacIvor and his partnership with Daniel Brooks, while facing a unique challenge in this stunning one-man play, MONSTER.
NASTY SHADOWS THEATRE CO.
written by Daniel MacIvor
MEMORIAL HALL, UNB CAMPUS
– Pre-CONGRESS PERFORMANCES –
May 26th (Thurs) @8pm
May 27th (Fri) @8pm
– CONGRESS PERFORMANCES –
May 28th (Sat) @4pm (MATINEE !!!)
May 29th (Sun) @8pm
May 31st (Tues) @8pm
Tickets available at the door.
At this time we are not running this show in Saint John, but we hope to announce a run later in the summer — stay tuned for details!
See the Congress Experiencee site for an interview with Nick & Scott:
Nasty Shadows Explore Nature of Evil in Monster >>>
Check out our coverage in the May 26th issue of
Scary monsters and super creeps >>>
Read about the production in the May 21st issue of
The Daily Gleaner – Live It section:
Nasty Shadows Theatre Company presents Monster >>>
ABOUT THE PRODUCTION
From multi award-winning Canadian playwright MacIvor, Monster is a one-man show that explores the nature of evil and questions the possible link between media images of violence and actual crimes. Watch as one actor transforms into a series of characters whose lives are eerily related, taking the audience on a spellbinding ride into a horrible, grisly weekend in June. One weekend that sets off a shock wave of horror that reverberates throughout dozens of lives, in unexpected ways. Join Adam and a cast of characters, both familiar and strange, as they delve into the depths of darkness that surround the core of any man or woman. Are you a Monster?
Daniel MacIvor is an award winning Canadian playwright/actor/director. Born in Cape Breton he has been creating new theatre since 1986. For 20 years MacIvor was the artistic director of his own company, da da kamera. He continues to create new theatre, and also works in film. In 2006 MacIvor won the Governor General’s award for Drama for his collection of plays I Still Love You, and he was the 2008 recipient of the Siminovitch Prize in Theatre, Canada’s largest theatre award. MacIvor will be performing his new solo show, This Is What Happens Next, in Ottawa during May/June.
And if you are interested, feel free to take a look at some Rehearsal Notes — discussion is welcome.
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Posted on May 12, 2011, in Production News, Theatre Stuff and tagged Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences Congress 2011, Daniel MacIvor, Nasty Shadows, Nicholas Cole, Scott Shannon, University of New Brunswick. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.