Next to Normal, plus giveaway
Ewing Ventures has brought the rock musical play Next to Normal from Broadway to Nevada City. The show opened last night and runs this weekend through June 24th with performances Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. An all star cast of Jed Dixon, Bevin Bell-Hall and Kendra Scott provide emotionally raw performances while musical director Jerry Grant kept an upbeat tune. Tickets can be purchased online or at the Nevada City Box Office. The Outside Inn blog has a special giveaway for 2 lucky readers, we’ve got 2 free tickets to Thursady, May 31st’s 7pm show. Post a comment on this blog post about your favorite play or musical and we’ll draw a winner on Monday, May 28th. And since getting a night out on the town is always fun we’ve decided if you’d like to come stay at the Outside Inn after the play, we’ll offer a special discount of 20% off your stay (*space available for May 31st) for our lucky winner.
© 2012 InnSide Nevada City, Additional photos © Dinah Smith, courtesy of Ewing Ventures, used with permission
This is the best play I have EVER produced! Hope everyone sees it. We have teamed up with the Mike Bratton 2 Foundation and Anew Day to support their efforts towards serving the community during May which is Mental Health Awareness Month.
The last play/musical I went to was The Wizard of Oz at a local venue- I loved watching Hadley’s excitement!
Aren’t we so lucky to live in a community where live theater happens in a historic building? I’d love to see this production – it sounds like great fun!
Bevin is directing Layla in a play right now. What a busy talented person!
love our little creative and theatrical town
How kind of you to give away tix to this performance! I love the culture we’ve had access to here!
The play that stands out as one of the more rollicking good times was Foothill Theater Co’s production of Noises Off. I hurt from laughing so hard in that one.
I last watched a hilarious david sedaris adaptation in grass valley. This town is has amazing ahows and talented performers. Just pick a genre!
The last musical I went and saw was Hairspray in Reno. It was wonderful and the performers were amazing and talented.