Blood Ensemble has announced Nevermore, a modern psychological thriller inspired by the life and works of Edgar Allan
Poe. Nevermore performs Thursday – Saturday from October 11 to October 27 at on Capitol Hill. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the show below.
Evening performances begin at 8pm, Saturday Matinee performances begin at 2pm. Nevermore is also a participating production in ArtsCrush, offering a limited number of free tickets to performances on October 18 and 25. For more information on ArtsCrush, visit http://artscrush.org.
Written by Emily Harvey and directed by Samantha Cooper, Nevermore is part scripted play and part physical theatre. Following the relationship of Eddie, a starving writer, and Valerie, a mysterious woman, Nevermore explores the inner psychological workings of two people seemingly thrown together by chance. Both are haunted beings with ulterior motives, using their pasts to direct their futures.
Nevermore performs October 11 – October 27 at 226 Summit Ave E on Capitol Hill. Shows are Thursday – Saturday at 8pm, with Saturday Matinee performances at 2pm. Limited number of free tickets are available for the October 18 and 25 8pm performances through ArtsCrush. Tickets are $10 and are available on Brown Paper Tickets.
Using Moment-Work training in conjunction with a background in experimental forms, Seattle-based experimental theatre company Blood Ensemble focuses on self-generated, site-specific theatre and exists to expand the boundaries of theatre as an artistic medium. Blood Ensemble's inspirations span public radio, live local bands, comic books, and timeless classics. Blood Ensemble strives to illuminate new edges, corners and ceilings in jarring and sophisticated ways. For more info on Blood Ensemble, visit bloodensemble.blogspot.com.
Visit the Arts Crush website at http://artscrush.org.
Photo Credits: Cassi Gallagher and Samantha Cooper
Megan Jackson, Douglas Alexander, Dayo Anderson