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FLY BY NIGHT
by Kim Rosenstock, Michael Mitnick, Will Connolly
Directed by Nora Geffen and Emma Richmond
Musical Direction by Dustin Ledgard
WINNER! 2011 Edgerton Foundation New American Play Award NOMINEE! Four 2015 Drama Desk Awards, including Best Musical A star-crossed prophecy. A lot of music. Just not a lot of light. In this darkly comic rock-fable, a melancholy sandwich makerís humdrum life is intersected by two entrancing sisters. A sweeping ode to young love set against the backdrop of the Northeast blackout of 1965, Fly By Night is a tale about making your way and discovering hope in a world beset by darkness.
December 6-9, at 7:30PM
On our Way!
December 13,14,15 at, at 7:30pm
Performing Arts Center
Tickets will also be sold outside the cafeteria during all lunches: for both shows
For more info contact Adam_Brown@newton.k12.ma.us
If you have any special seating or audio needs notify box office staff when purchasing your tickets. If you purchase online please contact at adam_Brown@newton.k12.ma.us for accommodations.
For all theatre performances, park in the lot off of Walnut street and enter the building through
the Theatre Entrance off of Elm and Walnut. Click here for a map.
The Seat Yourself online service allows you to select and purchase reserved seat tickets to the performance(s) of your choice from your computer, and pay by major credit card (Visa, MC, AMEX). "Seat Yourself" is a third-party vendor that specializes in school and non-profit event ticketing and has kept the service charge to fifty cents per ticket. All sales are final.
PLEASE BE SURE TO PRINT OUT THE TRANSACTION CONFIRMATION PAGE AT THE END OF ONLINE PURCHASE, AND/OR THE CONFIRMATION EMAIL YOU WILL RECEIVE FROM "SEAT YOURSELF" AND BRING ONE OF THESE WITH YOU TO THE PERFORMANCE. BOTH OF THESE DOCUMENTS CONTAIN IDENTICAL INFORMATION, AND EITHER CAN SERVE AS YOUR PARTY'S TICKET FOR ADMISSION.
If you prefer to buy tickets in person by cash or check payable to "The City of Newton," there will be sales hours at Newton North High School, 457 Walnut Street, Newtonville MA, 02460, outside the cafeteria.
technical note: If you have already had your web
browser open to www.theatreink.net pages when the "Seat Yourself"
weblink is activated, you may need to "refresh" the Theatre Ink web page
in order for the "tickets" sales link to function. This means either
hitting the "reload" or "refresh" button on your web browser (Explorer,
Firefox, Safari, etc.), or simply quitting from and reopening that
Also, you may have an issue if you are using Windows Explorer.
Interpreters for theatre performancesIf you need an interpreter for a production, please contact us 2-3 weeks before the production and we will do our best to arrange one.
Accessibility at the The Performing Arts Centerfor the Main and Studio Theatres at Newton North High School
457 Walnut Street, Newtonville, MA 02460
Stairs: Both the Main and Studio theatres are fully wheelchair accessible with an automatic door from the sidewalk drop-off area located at the main theatre entrance off of Elm Road.
The lobby and entrance to both theatres are all at sidewalk level.
In the Main theatre, rows that can be accessed without using stairs: Rows A-L.
The studio theatre is fully accessible with seating on the ground level of the stage playing area.
Restrooms: A wheelchair-accessible bathroom is located to the right as you face the box office in the front main lobby (ushers or reception desk personnel can direct you).
Hearing: Both theatres are equipped with an infrared amplification system for hearing impaired patrons; headsets can be reserved in advance at the box office or by calling 617-559-6306. Headsets may also be requested the day of the performance, if still available.
Please inquire at the box office before the show.
Vision: There are no obstructed-view seats in the Performing Arts Center at Newton North High School.
Please call 617-559-6306 or email Adam_Brown@newton.k12.ma.us in advance and let us know how we can make your experience in our theatre more comfortable and accommodating.