Newton Theatre Company
joins the national campaign of theater activism
against gun violence! Free Admission For All.
"The communal embrace of theatre was always an ancient way of processing politics, society, and great change. I believe it still is."
-Lauren Gunderson, playwright
On Friday, April 20th, join NTC for a free staged reading of contemporary playwright Lauren Gunderson's Natural Shocks.
FREE ADMISSION. NO TICKETS NECESSARY.
We will be collecting donations at the door for
Moms Demand Action.
The one-woman show, starring local actress Karin Trachtenberg, and subsequent talkback, led by Gail Erdos, co-lead for Moms Demand Action Middlesex Group and Nicole Nelson of The Second Step, are part of a national campaign of theater activism against gun violence.
Readings will take place in over fifteen states, with suggested donations that will benefit organizations like Moms Demand Action.
Click here for more information about the project and here for more information on the playwright.
Performance to be held on Friday, April 20th at 7:30PM in the Newton Cultural Center Auditorium in
Newton City Hall
1000 Commonwealth Avenue
Run time is 65 minutes. FREE ADMISSION.
Thanks to Terry Curtin for the beautiful photos from our Ethan Frome dress rehearsal!
Don't miss the rest of our 2017-2018 season!
Melissa Bernstein, Artistic Director
Founded in 2013
Housed at the Newton Cultural Center at City Hall, Newton, Massachusetts
NTC is a new theatre company housed in Newton whose mission is to stage excellent works of art in new ways by using talent from around the Boston area. Our productions, performed in and around Newton City Hall, are original in that they are reconfigurations of classic works or new stagings of great pieces of literature. We strive to promote accessibility; two productions every year are free of charge. If you're an actor and would like to join us in a future production, please contact us.
Newton Theatre Company is a program of The Newton Pride Corporation, a 501C3 non-profit organization. All contributions are tax deductible.