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  • New Hampshire Theatre Project and RMJD Productions present The Bodines by Jeffrey Kinghorn

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    July 30, 2018
    New Hampshire Theatre Project
    West End Studio Theatre, 959 Islington St.

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, July 13, 2018
    Press Information:  Tamre Steinhauer, 603-431-6644, ext. 1
    tamre@nhtheatreproject.org
     
    New Hampshire Theatre Project and RMJD Productions present
    The Bodines by Jeffrey Kinghorn

    When the love of your life becomes a stranger and still... you cannot let her go...

    New Hampshire Theatre Project will collaborate with RMJD Productions to present The Bodines at West End Studio Theatre August 24 to September 9.  This dark and wondrous new comedic drama features Deborah and Jeffrey Kinghorn as Wyatt and Emily Bodine who embark on another boring evening at home that quickly turns into “the day when everything changed.”  A text message. A neighbor’s return from vacation. A homemade pie. It all seems so banal…until it becomes the meaning of life, a glimpse into the cosmos, and an awakening to a whole new world.  The Bodines  will tickle your funny bone and then leave you wondering…why the heck are we laughing?

    Long-time Seacoast residents Jeffrey and Deborah Kinghorn have been working in theatre all their married lives as actors, directors, educators, and writers,  having met in the Trinity University Graduate School of Theater, at the Dallas Theater Center. Deborah is a professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance at UNH, and was mostly recently seen as Gertrude in Seven Stages Shakespeare’s production of Hamlet and as Lear in their production of Lear. Jeffrey is a novelist, playwright and poet whose titles are all available via Amazon.  If you were lucky enough to catch The Asperger Twins by Jeffrey Kinghorn at Players Ring last season, you will not want to miss The Bodines.

    The Bodines by Jeffrey Kinghorn
    August 24-September 9, 2018
    Fridays & Saturdays @ 8 pm, Sundays @ 2 pm
    All seats $20

    Tickets: nhtheatreproject.org
    Info:  603-431-6644 ext. 5
    Contact:
    Genevieve Aichele, Artistic Director
    (603) 431-6644