Nasty News 2019 Issue#7: Shadows in ACTION/PLAY this fall + A View for 2020
INSIDE THIS NASTY ISSUE
Shadows in ACTION/PLAY
PLAYS BY SHEPARD & MACIVOR
THIS IS A PLAY
When you watch a play a world is created for you full of stories and characters. However, to find yourself listening in on the thoughts of the actors as they move about on stage can be mildly unsettling, startlingly revealing, and uproariously hilarious! Exposed to the turmoil of each actor’s inner thoughts, the evening’s true story will rise to the surface and you will discover why THIS IS A PLAY.
A friendly dinner during a seemingly apocalyptic winter finds JEEP, SHOOTER, LIZA & LUPE searching for community, looking for something to eat, trying to find where they left off reading in the book — some sort of ACTION to keep their stories moving forward! Oh, the surprises the dinner offers … join them around the table.
PLUS! A staged reading of scenes from a work-in-progress:
STANDING AT OPPOSITE ENDS ARE DUCKY & MURDOCK
A seemingly simple story about a young woman and young man in love during wartime, but with a Nasty touch from the Shadows. We will be sharing a couple of scenes from this ongoing work-in-progress.
~ Nightly @7:30pm ~
Tickets available at the door and in advance by e-Transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
~ SPRING 2020 ~
A BEAUTIFUL VIEW
Director – Scott Shannon
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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 October 9, 2019, in Nasty News, Production News, Theatre Stuff, Theatrical Stuff and tagged 2019, Action, Action (play), Amanda Thorne, Annick Blizzard, Daniel MacIvor, Drama, Fredericton, Greg Everett, Ian Murphy, Julie MacDonald, Kat Hall, Memorial Hall, Michael Holmes-Lauder, Moncton, Nasty Shadows, New Brunswick, performance, Saint John, Saint John Arts Centre, Sam Shepard, Scott Shannon, Simon Peterson, Théâtre l'Escaouette, Theatre, This Is A Play, UNB, University of New Brunswick. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.