Posted by: nancykenny | November 17, 2009

Shining City

You’ve probably noticed, if you are a regular to this site, that I haven’t been up to my usual blogging vigor this month. That’s because the majority of my month was spent in rehearsals (and public relations work) for Shining City by Conor McPherson, produced by SevenThirty Productions in Ottawa.

Well, tonight, live from the Arts Court Theatre, is opening night.

I’m incredibly proud of the work that I and the rest of the cast and crew have been doing on this production. I’m just trying to see tonight as another part of the process of creation. This will be the first time we have an audience and I find that prospect kind of scary. (You mean I have to act in front of… PEOPLE?!?) I hope that throughout the two week run you will all be able to come out and see it.

As long as I don't do this, I should be fine!

Details for the production can be found below. If you come out tonight, we will be holding a small party in the theatre lobby with food, drinks, and Irish music. Please stick around after the show to say hi and share a bevy. See you at the theatre!

Shining City by Conor McPherson
Directed by John P Kelly
Featuring Richard Gélinas, Tom Charlebois, Nancy Kenny & Garrett Quirk

Arts Court Theatre – 2 Daly Avenue – Ottawa, ON

November 17 to 28, 2009 – 8 p.m. Sat/Sun matinees – 2:30 p.m. (No show on Sunday & Monday night)

Tickets: $25 – $20 students/seniors/underemployed
Pay-What-You-Can Matinee on Sunday, November 22nd

Box Office: 613-564-7240

Keep the Halloween chills going with the perfect November play!

Set in present-day Dublin, Shining City takes place in the disheveled office of Ian, a former priest turned therapist. Ian’s latest patient, John, is in trouble. His wife has just died tragically… and he is visited more than once by her ghost. John is now terrified to return home, but Ian has his own troubles, including a new baby and a crumbling relationship.

“Literally lifted the hairs on my scalp.” – London’s Evening Standard
McPherson is “the finest dramatist of his generation…” – London’s Daily Telegraph

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