Nasty News 2019 Issue#6: “Open” HOUSE One Night Only! + Fall 2019 Shadows in ACTION/PLAY
INSIDE THIS NASTY ISSUE
VICTOR’S LAST “OPEN” …
MEMORIAL HALL – UNB CAMPUS
‘Victor’ is back, after some welcoming GROUP sessions during last month’s Fundy Fringe Festival adventure, for a ONE NIGHT ONLY performance of HOUSE at the UNB Centre for Musical Arts – Memorial Hall in Fredericton — join us for GROUP!
5 star ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Review
House: A Stand Up Sit Down One Man Comedy Nightmare | Saint John Arts Centre
***** 5 STARS
TOP PICK by Grid City Magazine
“Marvelous acting, incredibly funny though there is a dark undercurrent in his story.
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RE: HOUSE: A Sit Down Stand Up One Man Comedy Nightmare
REVIEW from fall 2018 run of HOUSE:
“Shannon brings an immense amount of physicality to his portrayal of Victor. He commits entirely, whether he is dancing in glee, re-enacting a memory, or literally jumping from the stage into the audience. Breaking the fourth wall while continuing to display the brokenness of his mind, Victor prances in and out of his story to reassure us of his sanity.”
~ Fall 2019 Shadows in ACTION/PLAY ~
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OPEN CREW CALL!
~ BECOME A SHADOW ~
We are always looking for anyone interested in any aspects of backstage work, from publicity to stage managing, to technical work involving lights and sound — you folks are the true Shadows.
For those interested in working off-stage in any capacity, please send an email to email@example.com at anytime with the subject line: NASTY CREW. Please include what your area of interest might be and any relevant experience you wish to note.
SHADOW IMAGES FROM PAST PRODUCTIONS
Posted on September 18, 2019, in Theatrical Stuff and tagged 2019, Daniel MacIvor, Drama, Fredericton, Fundy Fringe, Michael Holmes-Lauder, Miramichi, MRC Theatre Festival, Nasty Shadows, New Brunswick, performance, Saint John, Saint John Arts Centre, Scott Shannon, The Loft, Theatre. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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