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Newton Nomadic Theater: Waiting for Godot – COVID-19 Edition SOLD OUT
September 12 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm$20
Live theatre returns to Newton! On Saturday, September 12 and Sunday, September 13 the Newton Nomadic Theater will be presenting four performances of Samuel Becket’s Waiting for Godot – Covid 19 Edition, featuring some of their favorite actors (Noni Lewis and Linda Goetz) and a Newton Nomadic newcomer (Tommy North) directed by Nicole Galland (Colder Than Here, The Revolutionists).
This unconventional production is an abridged, Covid-19 aware, hour-long, outside version of this well-known theater classic. You’d be hard pressed to come up with a more suitable play for these very, very strange times. The production is being presented in a way that exceeds all applicable state and local regulations and guidance on public gatherings during these odd times. The shows will be presented outside on the grounds of Newton’s historic Durant-Kenrick House. The actors will be mic’ed and following all Covid-19 official advisories; in fact that’s part of the show. The audience will be spread safely across the backyard of the Durant-Kenrick House.
If you buy multiple tickets for your Covid-19 group, you will be seated together, with a wide moat between you and the next guests. All guests will be required to wear masks when not seated at their assigned seats.
It’s been a long time coming and these shows are likely to sell out fast, so get your tickets today; click here: Waiting For Godot – Covid 19 Edition.