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CompassPosterThe run of Newton Nomadic Theater’s newest production, the premier production of The Compass Rose by Ronan Noone is coming to a close, with just two more weekend to go.

Don’t miss this wildly original staging that’s not quite like anything you’ve ever seen.

Each performance revolves around a fictional anniversary party for a real world Newton couple.  Coming up this weekend are two of  the most intimate performances of the run.  On Friday night Village 14’s own Greg Reibman and WGBH’s Cindy Bailen’s will be celebrating their anniversary at Steve Siegel and Theresa St. John’s home.  On Saturday, we’ll be surprising alderman Jay Harney and Martha Harney with their anniversary party.

The closing night performance on Sunday Oct 25 at Dunn Gaherins will feature another Village14 regular – Chris Steele and Emily Prenner.

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Check out the wonderful wedding photos below.

Fri Oct 16Greg Reibman & Cindy Bailen will be whooping it up at Steve Siegel & Theresa St-John’s house.  Greg is the founder of Village.com 14 and Cindy is a familiar face to TV-WGBH viewers

  • Sat Oct 17 – Jay and Martha Harney will be blindsided when they walk into the anniversary party that their friends organized at the Siegel-St John home.   All of Alderman Harney’s constituents are invited too!
  • Fri Oct 23 – Melissa and Bernie Bernstein will be leaving their Newton Theater Company for the night and coming to our theater to celebrate their anniversary at the Historic Newton’s Durant-Kenrick House
  • Sat Oct 24 Harry Lohr & Judy Karp will be celebrating their anniversary at Historic Newton’s Durant-Kenrick House.  That’s particularly appropriate because Harry has been very involved with Historic Newton for years and serves on their Board of Directors. 
  • Sun Oct 25 – Chris Steele & Emily Prenner hosted two anniversary parties earlier in the month but meanwhile their friends are planning Chris and Emily’s own surprise anniversary party at Dunn Gaherins Pub.

 

 

 

 

 







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