The rehearsals have been fantastic, the show is ready to go, and the Newton Nomadic Theater is opening its new show, The Beauty Queen of Leenane in Lower Falls this weekend. Come on down to the beautiful Gregorian Rugs and see some fabulous live theater from the acclaimed Newton Nomadic Theater before they pack up the camels, hit the road and take the show on a four week tour of the other villages of Newton.
Lower Falls has become the theater’s now traditional opening night venue as well as the theater’s home for its very popular Nomad Story Slam (next one on Fri May 22). As always, we need all the help we can get to fill the seats, to keep bringing live theater to the villages of Newton. So tell your family, tell your friends and see the award winning actors Linda Goetz, Lida McGirr, Dave Rich and Matt Phillipps in this black comedy by Martin McDonagh, one of Ireland’s most respected contemporary playwrights. There’s something special about being able to walk down the street, and see top-shelf theater presented in a theater space created just for the night. If you can’t get there this weekend, we’ll be coming to Auburndale, Newtonville, Waban, Oak Hill and Upper Falls in the weeks ahead.
“Watching Linda Goetz and Lida McGirr go at it in rehearsal tonight was so thrilling that I not only forgot I was in the play… but I also forgot how to breathe. If you’re in the Boston area and have any interest in the theater at all, The Beauty Queen of Leenane by Martin McDonagh is NOT the one to miss folks. ” – Matt Phillipps
Tickets ($20) and more information at http:NewtonNomadicTheater.org. We hope to see you there.
Also, next week we’ll be presenting the 4th Nomad Story Slam on Friday May 22 at Gregorian Rugs