This Friday the Newton Nomadic Theater will be hosting a performance this Friday of “Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me” as a benefit for the fund to raise money to buy a wheelchair-enabled van for Newton activist Robert Solomon. The show is at 7:30 PM, Fri Oct 14 at Gregorian Rugs in Lower Falls and proceeds will go to Robert’s fund so we’re hoping to pack the house that night. Tickets are $20 – Click here
If theater’s not your thing, consider donating directly to the fund.
If theater is your thing, but you’re already booked that night, we’ve got five additional performances left.
- Sat Oct 15 7:30 PM – Gregorian Rugs in Lower Falls
- Fri Oct 21, Sat Oct 22 7:30 PM – Steve Siegel-Theresa St-John’s home in Waban
- Fri Oct 28 7:30 PM – Carroll Center for the Blind, Newton Corner
- Sun Oct 30 5:30 PM Dunn Gaherins Pub, Upper Falls
Here’s what audiences have been saying so far …
- “stunning performances”
- “knocked my socks off … I may come see it again.”
- “It was a phenomenal show! Completely unexpected, riveting, and moving…”
- “I just wanted to say how excited I am to have discovered the Newton Nomadic Theater”. It had been a while since I had been at the theatre, and the intimacy of this particular theatre experience helped me see that something important had been missing from my life.“
- “the acting is too fine, the writing too real, the directing too perfect“
- “I was expecting excellence, and I was not disappointed”
- “positively engrossing and moving”