Rehearsal notes


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CURRENTLY IN DEVELOPMENT/REHEARSAL — DEC 2014-PRESENT

A STORY JONES 2019

A STORY JONES 2019

A STORY JONES

Developing in rehearsal with the following cast:

Writer / Director – Scott Shannon


A STORY JONES Notes – Jan 7/2019-present

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A STORY JONES cast 2019: Scott Shannon + Annick Blizzard + Michael Holmes-Lauder

A STORY JONES cast 2019: Scott Shannon + Annick Blizzard + Michael Holmes-Lauder


CURRENTLY IN REHEARSAL — Dec 2017-PRESENT

FIRST LAST NOISE!
by Scott Shannon

FORMERLY TITLED: THE FIRST/LAST PLAY
FORMERLY TITLED: WELCOME TO THIS (or Make That Noise!)

In rehearsal with the following SHADOWS:

Director – TBD


FIRST LAST NOISE! Notes – Dec/2017

Trying to build a one-man show out of a one-man show that became a multi-part show but has now gravitated back towards a solo piece …

scott








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  1. Rebekah Chasse

    I can’t wait to see The Table Experiments. I love the idea of “from the ground up” creation like this.

  2. Very much looking forward to the production in SJ (I’ll be there on the 28th). I’ve recommended that two of my classes see it. (I’m going to mention your ‘nerves’ issue to my performance class, who are having their own panics at present!)

  3. Thanks for your continued support of our work in SJ, Sandra! Always great to see you out there and we appreciate you spreading the word about the show … and for me the “nerves” issue is not something that overcomes me at the time of performance (knocking on wood right now), but more in contemplation afterwards … “I got up there, and did what? Oh, man … never again!” That feeling has kept me off stage for quite lengthy spells in the past … like years …

  4. The SJ performance was, in its Tempest way, spell-binding. The actors were all on top of their game, and the play is just so energetic, so frenetic, so chock-a-block with variety. The word that comes to mind for my reaction was “wonder”–and not just “I wonder what the hell is going on,” but being full of wonderment. Thoroughly enjoyable. I hope you get a good, responsive crowd out this Friday.

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