NewLogoThe Newton Nomadic Theater’s newest production, “The Turn of the Screw” opens it’s five week run tomorrow night at Gregorian Rugs in Lower Falls.

I’m just back from the dress rehearsal and I think we have a winner here.  Marge Dunn and Billy Meleady have teemed up to tell a chilling, eerie and compelling ghost story that will grip you, spook you and have you on the edge of your seat.

In keeping with our nomadic style, we’ll be wandering the highways and byways of the greater Newton area in the week’s ahead.  The run starts this weekend with performances on Fri (2/13) and Sat (22/14) at Gregorian Rugs.  Next week it moves to the Waban Library on Friday(2/20) and the Auburndale Library on Sat (2/21) and Sun (2/22).  The following week will  be in the barn of a 1700’s farm in Sudbury on Fri (2/27), and Sat (2/28) and the Brendan Behan Pub in Jamaica Plain on Sun (3/1).  Next its back to Newton with two performances at Village 14 regular Steve Siegel’s house in Waban on Fri (3/6) and Sat (3/7).   We’ll finish up back in the theater’s home here in Upper Falls with a closing night’s performance at Dunn Gaherins Pub on Sun (March 15).

For those who are a bit leery about the weather these days (and who isn’t) we have a few words of encouragement.  There’s plenty of free, plowed, parking for tomorrow night’s opening performance at Gregorian Rugs.  If you purchase tickets for any performance and the weather doesn’t cooperate that night, we’ll be happy to either honor your tickets at a later performance or refund the price of the tickets, just drop us an email to let us know you decided not to venture out that night.

So buy some tickets now for any of the performances at http://NewtonNomadicTheater.org and don’t miss the newest great production from Newton’s newest theater.