Above: Sally Nutt and CR Marchi, US Army Sgt (ret.) in ACT ONE’s production of Make Sure It’s Me at the West End Studio Theatre in Portsmouth this June.
In another great media moment, Annah Todd wrote an incredible article about ACT ONE’s production of Make Sure It’s Me for this week’s issue of The Wire. Read it here! And, if you missed our interview on NHPR’s Word of Mouth, you can listen to it here.
Our final rehearsals have been awe-inspiring, as we moved into WEST and the actors claimed the space. In spite of the seriousness of our message about the prevalence of TBI in our veterans, there has been a lot of laughter and real pleasure in our accomplishments. We’ve all felt the production pull together after so many months of research, outreach, and rehearsal. I, personally, am so proud of our whole creative team and honored to put our work before audiences when we open tomorrow. As always, thanks to our sponsors, consultants, and myriad supporters throughout the process.
Here are the details on showtimes and ticket purchase or reservation:
When: June 1-2, 7-9, & 21-23. Fridays, 8 pm / Saturdays 2 pm & 8 pm / Sundays, 2 pm & 7:30 pm
Where: West End Studio Theatre, 959 Islington Street, Portsmouth, NH
Admission: Free for OEF/OIF veterans and families, but please call 603.300.2986 to reserve your seats!
$20 for General Admission; $18 for seniors or students; and $15 for non OEF/OIF veterans.
To reserve or purchase tickets: Call 603.300.2986 to reserve tickets or purchase online through PayPal at http://www.actonenh.org/
[$1/ticket processing fee for online purchases]
Reservations strongly recommended. The June 22 performance at 2 pm is already sold out!
Please note that we have worked hard to provide free and discounted tickets for military veterans. Every ticket you buy will help us facilitate the participation of military families on tight budgets!
I look forward to seeing you all at WEST for Make Sure It’s Me! Gotta go write my curtain speech. . .