NANDA’s “The Jacket” Opens at Broadway Performance Hall
– Written by Madeline Rider (Contributor, Seattle)
Thursday, October 6th, the Port Townsend “four man acrobaticalist performing arts troupe” NANDA brings their full length narrative The Jacket, a combination of acrobatics, martial arts, and dance theater, to Capital Hill’s Broadway Performance Hall. Winners of the 2009 Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend’s award for Best Troupe, NANDA provides a unique entertainment experience littered with elements of traditional burlesque humor, including pop references, slaptstick comedy, and circus arts.
In an interesting addition to the opening night festivities, SeattleBikeBlog.com reports that a group of traveling ninjas will be bicycling from Port Townsend to Capitol Hill in order to bring exposure to their hometown’s Seattle opening. If you are interested in joining them as they arrive in the city, screw on your fenders and meet Friday, October 7th at 6:05pm at the Seattle Ferry Terminal. You can also follow them on Twitter at @ptrecyclery for updates.
The Jacket will be showing every Thursday, Friday and Saturday through October 23rd. Purchase tickets online at www.thejacketshow.com
The Jacket teaser trailer: