Nasty News 2019 Issue#2: A STORY JONES tells NEXT WEEK on 3 NB Stages!
~ 20 years of Nasty theatre in the Shadows ~
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~ A STORY JONES tells NEXT WEEK >>> ~
A STORY JONES is our Nasty creation celebrating the life and spirit of a Shadow who stepped into the light, our friend Andrew Jones.
JONES is a storyteller, telling tales to a small friendly community in a world hungry for such gatherings, but tonight might be his last story. VIC has been selflessly caring for JONES, protecting JONES from outsiders when CHAEL suddenly (re-)appears (?) in the story circle. Driven by forces beyond and within their control, CHAEL’s dramatic purpose in the room precipitates the most inevitable conclusion, or so it seemed to suggest in the BOOK.
The development of A STORY JONES began with an idea in the spring of 2013. As the writing grew it was played off a number of veteran Shadows in various rehearsal rooms over the last few years, and then finally worked into the play we now present. This is not a history; this is a fantasy story memorial.
Fredericton = May 1st-2nd (Wed-Thurs)
Saint John = May 7th (Tues)
Moncton = May 8th (Wed)
~ Nightly @7:30pm ~
Tickets per show will be limited to **20 seats ONLY**. The work is designed for an intimate audience.
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A STORY JONES
Developing in rehearsal with the following cast:
Past Shadows involved in the process:
Writer / Director – Scott Shannon
A STORY JONES
Just over a week from opening our Fredericton shows, just under 2 weeks before we hit the road for a couple of nights in Saint John and Moncton. Both anxious and excited about people seeing this show.
Annick and Michael are pouring so much into the work that I cannot believe what they have accomplished with the text – which in turn affected my perception of how to portray the character JONES. Despite my having written the play with a certain vision or image in mind of how things may unfold, just like a play by any other playwright all that changes when you get in the rehearsal room and begin flushing that out – at least, that’s what I’ve always found to be the most rewarding, challenging, and fun pieces to work on, those that surprise you as the rehearsal work moves forward. A STORY JONES has blossomed into this … [READ MORE] >>>
Director – Michael Holmes-Lauder
Absolutely thrilled to be celebrating 20 years making theatre with our first foray onto the Fringe Festival circuit, and hitting Michael and Scott’s hometown of Saint John for the FUNDY FRINGE FESTIVAL will be a perfect way to get NASTY during the summer SHADOWS … marking almost 20 years exactly since our last summer stage time during our inaugural shows.
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Posted on April 22, 2019, in Nasty News, Production News, Theatre Stuff, Theatrical Stuff and tagged 2019, Andrew Jones, Annick Blizzard, Drama, Fredericton, Memorial Hall, Michael Holmes-Lauder, Moncton, Nasty Shadows, performance, Playwriting, Saint John, Scott Shannon, Théâtre l'Escaouette, Theatre, Tuck Interiors. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.