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The Newton Nomadic Theater’s newest show, Molly Sweeney by Brian Friel, returns to Newton this coming weekend for two shows at Bocca Bella in Auburndale.

Molly Sweeney opened three weeks ago and is amazing.  It’s been getting great reviews  and playing to sold-out audiences for the past two weekends.

Next Fri (2/26) and Sat (2/28) we’ll be bringing the show back to Newton, to the back room at Bocca Bella’s Cafe & Bistro for the first time ever.   These shows will start a bit later – 8 PM, so book dinner beforehand at Boccca Bella if you like.  If you’ve never been there, you’ll love it.

Saturday’s show will also feature the fabulous fiddling of Emerald Rae before hand and during the intermission.  Bocca Bella will be serving refreshments (wine, beer, soft, drinks) to the Molly Sweeney audience before, after, and during intermission and will also be hosting an after-the-show reception with some complementary snacks, so stick around afterwards and meet the actors (Noni Lewis, Billy Meleady, Stephen Cooper) and fiddler Emerald Rae.

“These three actors tell an amazing, absorbing, and suspenseful story … the ability to conjure images and relationships and emotions with so few of the conventional tools of theater continues to astonish me. … the acting is brilliant.” – Marilee Ogren

 

Tickets are still available for both shows but we do expect them to sell out, so book tickets and maybe a dinner reservation at Bocca Bella (617-928-1200) soon.