Thursday, February 22 @ 10:15 am.
We will be using our brand new projector and our big screen. Light, nut-free snacks will be served. Don’t miss the ACL’s first movie screening, sure to be lots of fun!!
What exactly does a director do? The Nomads are going to take you behind the scenes to find out.
Nicole Galland, an award winning director and founder of Shakespeare for the Masses will walk you through how each directorial choice can transform a script into something completely new.
You’ll see various scenes from Shakespeare played multiple times using different directorial choices. With each choice, the same words on the page will yield wildly different results.
The Nomads have recruited a great cast for the evening – Noni Lewis (All in the Timing, Molly Sweeney), Steve Vaughan (Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, Scrooge in A Christmas Carol) and a fabulous Newton Nomadic newcomer Abigail Dickson.
Don’t miss this wildly inventive, entertaining and surprising look behind the scenes. One weekend only! So get your tickets soon while they last.
The Newton Nomadic Theater is dedicated to producing simply staged, high quality theater in interesting and unconventional theater spaces in and around Newton. In between theatrical productions the theater also regularly hosts Nomad Story Slams, Moth radio inspired nights of story telling.
These volunteers donated their time and talents at the ACL in January. Next time you see one of them around town, give them a big ol’ hearty THANKS!
AnnaMaria Abernathy, Sandy Baird, Debbie Bowen, Jill Butler, Caroline Cai, Johanne Campbell, Francisca Carocca, Nancy Caulfield, Susan Cassidy, Conor Choka, Ellen Chu, Anne Costello, Barb Day, Diana Fisher Gomberg, Carol Gladden, Barry Goldstein, Dana Hanson, David Harris, Kaelin Jack, Lenna Kutner, Cecilia Kwartler, Heidi Levitt, Janet Linder, Natalie Lurie, Pam McVey, Nancy Mazur, Deb Moore, Fran Newton, Liz Noon, Robyn Phillips, Sarah Rahman, Junko Shibuya, Lynn Slobodin, Ed Sugrue, Pam Sway, Martha Sweet, Lily Taylor, Dena Wald, Jerry Wald, Alla Webster, Russ Wiggin, Linda Winslow
Looking for a neighborly community-based volunteer activity this winter? We’d love to bolster our Auburndale Community Library volunteer ranks. Here’s how it works: you sign up for a shift when it’s convenient for you (maybe once or twice a month) and you help keep our little library going strong! Contact email@example.com for the link for volunteer signups and we’ll train you on the job–it’s an easy peasy gig.