The Newton Nomadic Theater is delighted to announce that we’ll be doing two performances of our upcoming show, “The Beauty Queen of Leenane”, in Newtonville. We’ve been looking for sometime for at least one venue north of Comm Ave and the Gahm-Van’t Hul family came to the rescue. We’ll be doing two performances on Friday May 29, and Sat May 30 in the Van’t Hutl’s Victorian home in Newtonville. It’s not quite a ramshackle cottage in rural Ireland, but we’ll turn it into one.
For tickets ($20) to any of the performances (May 15 – June 7), at any of the six Newton locations, to this black comedy from one of Irelands’s leading playwrights, go to NewtonNomadicTheater.org.
Now that we’ve added Oak Hill and Newtonville locations to our performance schedule, we’re even more determined to bring the theater to the remaining untapped villages (Chestnut Hill, West Newton, Nonantum, Newton Corner, Thompsonville, Newton Highlands) for our next show in September. For that show, Compass Rose by Ronan Noone, we are particularly looking for houses that could accommodate 40-50 people as well as other interesting non-theater spaces. Contact [email protected] if you have any ideas.
In the meantime, get your tickets here for Beauty Queen of Leenane.