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TEXTS FOR NOTHING

Written by Samuel Beckett
OCTOBER 16 & 18

Nervous Theatre’s production of Samuel Beckett’s

TEXTS FOR NOTHING

Directed by Connor Berkompas

Performed by Doug Lockwood

Be immersed in the words of Samuel Beckett as audiences of only 30 gather around a single performer murmuring into the darkness. Texts For Nothing plumbs the depths of isolation and dread in this stark meditation on the nature of being. 

Originally produced by Nervous Theatre, the production is directed by Connor Berkompas with sound design by Cameron Willard. Doug Lockwood wows the intimate audience with Beckett’s brilliance Sunday October 16th and Tuesday October 18th at 7:30pm. Seating limited to 30, tickets will sell out. Learn more about Nervous Theatre online: www.nervoustheatre.com

About Doug Lockwood

Performer

Doug is a Boston and New England area actor and director where he works as an Associate Professor of Theatre at The Boston Conservatory at Berklee. In 2004 he became a founding member of The Actors’ Shakespeare Project (ASP), a company devoted to sight-specific Shakespeare plays where he has directed and performed in numerous productions. Doug lives in Jamaica Plain with his husband, director Antonio Ocampo-Guzman and their son Max, age 9

About Connor Berkompas

Director / Designer

Connor is a theatre-maker and teaching artist originally from California. He is the founding artistic director of Nervous Theatre, a nomadic theatrical collective currently based in Bozeman, Montana. His most recent production STRANGE MATING CALLS, a world premiere devised production based on Pasolini’s Teorema, was presented at the TinworksArt Exhibit 2021. Other projects with Nervous Theatre include a touring production of THE MAIDS (Tenth Ave Arts Center, Isaac Studio Theatre, Ellen Theatre) and MOMMY’S DEAD AND THEY BURIED HER IN MOSCOW (Derek Award at the Edinburgh Fringe) a riff on Chekhov’s Three Sisters. Connor holds a BFA from The Boston Conservatory. Connorberkompas.com

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