The Newton Nomadic Theater is back. We’re opening our new season with an amazing piece of theater. Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me featuring three Nomadic Theater newcomers – Chris Burke, Derek Stone Nelson, Steve Vaughan.
When we saw these three actors, script in hand, for their first reading together we knew we’ve got something very special here. We’re so confident that we’re making this unprecedented offer. Dramatic Guarantee – Come see the show. At the end of the show, if you didn’t like it, tell any theater staff member and they will give you your money back on the spot.
Frank McGuiness’s Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me is a haunting, funny, tense and exciting show you won’t soon forget. Three men – an American, an Englishman, and an Irishman are scooped off a street in Beirut and locked away in a cell for reasons known only to their captors. It’s a story of hope, and despair and everything in between, peppered with humor, tenderness, and suspense – a masterful piece of writing.
This production is brought to life by three startlingly good Nomadic Theater newcomers. Chris Burke, Derek Stone Nelson, Steve Vaughan will be making their Nomadic Theater debut with Nomadic regular Billy Meleady in the director’s seat.
As always, in our nomadic style, the show will move from place to place around Newton over the five week run.
- 9/30 – 10/1 We’ll open next weekend at Patty Simon’s artist studio on Lake Ave in Newton Highlands.
- 10/8 – 10/9 We’re excited to be bringing theater for the first time to Oak Hill Park at the Shuman Center.
- 10/14 – 10/15 We return to our old friends at the the beautiful Gregorian Rugs in Lower Falls
- 10/21 – 10/22 Our most intimate performances at Steve Siegel and Theresa St. John’s living room in Waban
- 10/28 We’re returning to the Carroll Center for the Blind for a performance for a largely blind audience.
- 10/30 We’ll close, as always, back home in Upper Falls with the closing night party/performance at Dunn Gaherins Pub
Don’t miss it !!!. Get your tickets here. $20 if you like it, free if you don’t