The Show Will Go On!
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Announcing an UPDATE for this Special Production!
We are happy to announce that the production of "Something Rotten!" which was postponed due to the COVID-19 restrictions will now be mounted during September/October 2021. We are proud to be the first production in the fall theatre season at the Grand Re-Opening of Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center.
Please click here for details on how you can join us for this exceptional event.
How you can help:
We are a non-profit organization. Though our stage may temporarily be dark, the company needs your support. Given the serious financial loss and impact that last year's performances of SOMETHING ROTTEN cancellations due to COVID-19 restrictions will have on Theatre Nebula, we hope you will consider a gift to help ensure we can continue to produce high quality theatre for you in the future. The cancellations resulted in the loss of all the revenue expected to cover the expenses of this production. As we had to cancel the night before we were planned to open, most expenses were already incurred. In addition, your donation will be fully tax-deductible.
You may make a donation that will help see the company through this challenging time by clicking on the DONATE button below. As a non-profit organization, which employs many staff members and artists living paycheck to paycheck, we ask that you support Theatre Nebula in any way you can at this time, including with your patience and generous spirit.
J. Spencer Greene
Welcome to the Renaissance, where the Black Plague has ceded power to the Puritans, farthingales and codpieces are the latest fashion trend, and the biggest celebrity in England is a playwright named William Shakespeare.
In the midst of all this excitement, brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom are trying to keep their acting company afloat. In a desperate attempt to out-Bard the Bard, Nick consults with a soothsayer, who informs him that the future of theatre involves acting, singing, and dancing -- sometimes all at once!
As the Bottom brothers strive to write the world’s very first “musical”, they find themselves caught in a bitter battle with the Bard and the play's the thing. Something Rotten! is a hysterical, joyous celebration of everything you love about Broadway. LISTEN TO SONGS HERE!
It's Our 20th Season of Inspired Theatre!
Help us with our
20 for 20 in 2020 campaign!
We are asking each of our supporters to donate at least $20 for our 20th Season in 2020! Can you believe it has been 20 years since we started this journey of presenting productions of high quality literary content, and production values? Please help us produce our next 20 years, starting with the huge production of the Non-Equity Premiere of the musical comedy, SOMETHING ROTTEN! Thank you for your support now and, hopefully, into the future.