Nasty News 2019 SPECIAL Issue: Seats ADDED for JONES TONIGHT!

20 years of Nasty theatre in the Shadows

~ 20 years of Nasty theatre in the Shadows ~

INSIDE THIS NASTY ISSUE

  • Seats ADDED for JONES TONIGHT! >>>
  • A Shadow ON AIR: LUNCHBOX Interview w/ Scott Shannon >>>


  • A STORY JONES
    CONTINUES TONIGHT!!!

    **TICKET STATUS UPDATE** (May 2nd @11:45am)
    A STORY JONES – TICKETS (3 shows remain)

    Fredericton, May 2nd = 20 seats SOLD!!! But …
    **SEATS ADDED for May 2nd!**
    We have added a handful of seats for TONIGHT’s show @7:30pm in UNB Centre for Musical Arts – Memorial Hall
    email nastyshadows@gmail.com

    A STORY JONES rehearsal Apr 2019 - Memorial Hall

    A STORY JONES rehearsal Apr 2019 – Memorial Hall

    NEXT WEEK

    Saint John, May 7th = Moderate Availability
    Moncton, May 8th = Moderate Availability

    ADVANCED TICKETS e-transfer to nastyshadows@gmail.com
    **20 seats ONLY per night** in 3 NB cities

    Michael Holmes-Lauder as 'Chael' in A STORY JONES

    Captured via GoPro: Michael Holmes-Lauder as ‘Chael’ in A STORY JONES

    Fredericton = May 1st-2nd (Wed-Thurs)
    ~ Memorial Hall (stage only), UNB Campus ~
    **20 seats ONLY**

    Saint John = May 7th (Tues)
    ~ Tuck Interiors, 38 Grannan St. ~
    **20 seats ONLY**

    Moncton = May 8th (Wed)
    ~ Théâtre l’Escaouette Rehearsal Studio ~
    **20 seats ONLY**

    ~ Nightly @7:30pm ~
    $15/person ; $10/student

    Tickets per show will be limited to **20 seats ONLY**. The work is designed for an intimate audience.

    ADVANCED TICKETS e-transfer to nastyshadows@gmail.com

    A STORY JONES 2019

    A STORY JONES
    written & directed by Scott Shannon
    In memory of an Unseen Shadow

    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.





    The Lunchbox Interview: Scott Shannon (Nasty Shadows presents A Story Jones)

    Lunchbox2019-NastyShadowsAStoryJones

    Have you ever *heard* a Shadow on the radio? Now’s your chance 🎭 — Scott sat down with Mark Kilfoil today on THE LUNCHBOX on CHSR FM Official to chat about A STORY JONES, Nasty Shadows, and the creative process — link through to listen to the interview!

    “My guest today is Scott Shannon, co-founder of Nasty Shadows Theatre Company, and writer/director/actor of their upcoming production A Story Jones. He joins me to talk about how this play got started as a tribute, how it has grown collaboratively, and how he seeks to try to be a very different kind of theatre company.

    A Story Jones opens at 7:30pm on May 1 at Memorial Hall on UNB Campus, and is staged for only two days before moving on to Saint John and Moncton. Each performance has a deliberately limited 20 seats, so be sure to get your ticket right away.”

    LISTEN/DOWNLOAD HERE >>>





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    Posted on May 2, 2019, in Nasty News, News, Production News, Reviews, Theatre Stuff, Theatrical Stuff and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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