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Monday, February 25th @ 4:45AM
A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 CONCLUDES SUCCESSFUL RUN
J. Richey Nash recently appeared in Lean Ensemble Theatre's production of A Doll's House, Part 2. The play, by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, explores, in uproarious fashion, the emotional chaos that results when Nora Helmer returns to the home from which she exited fifteen years earlier. Nash performed the role of Nora's jilted husband, Torvald, in the show.
Lean's production, presented in Hilton Head, SC, was met with strong critical praise. Read the Island Packet review HERE.
J. RICHEY NASH FEATURED IN ISLAND PACKET ARTICLE
In January, The Island Packet, Hilton Head's daily newspaper, ran a feature on J. Richey Nash! The piece focuses on Nash's background in sports and subsequent transition to a career in acting/filmmaking. Read the full article HERE.
NASH FILMS INDIE DON'T WRITE ME OFF
This past summer, J. Richey Nash performed a supporting role in the independent film Don't Write Me Off. From writer/director YuQing Chi, the movie is the coming of age story of Echo, a young woman forced to leave her life behind after a tragic event. Nash appears in the film as Echo's ailing father. Currently in post production, Don't Write Me Off is slated for a festival run in the near future. Stay tuned for more info on when/where you can catch the movie on the silver screen...
NANTUCKET WORKSHOP OF NEW PLAY FIT
J. Richey Nash recently took part in a developmental workshop of the new play FIT from the creative team of playwright Gwen Kingston, producer Marina Morrisey, and director Ashley Teague. This powerful piece of theatre delves into the American eugenics movement of the 1920s and its lasting influences on women's reproductive rights. Co-produced by the White Heron Theatre on Nantucket Island, the workshop culminated in two public performances, each followed by a "talk back" conversation with audience members. To learn more about FIT, read N Magazine's profile on the project.
RAVE REVIEW FOR CLYBOURNE PARK
"An electric, clenched-fist performance" is how Carolina Curtain Call described J. Richey Nash's work in the Warehouse Theatre's recent production of Clybourne Park. CLICK HERE to read the full review!
LIVE-EVIL NOW AVAILABLE ON iTUNES & AMAZON!
Live-Evil (aka Grave Walkers), the supernatural horror film from writer/director Ari Kirschenbaum, is now available for instant streaming on iTunes and Amazon! In the movie, Richey plays the role of Eric, a sheriff's deputy in a rural town suddenly hit by a series of disturbing events on Halloween night.
The independent feature marks the second time Richey has worked with the Live-Evil director, having previously appeared in Kirschenbaum's first film Fabled. Click on the links below to rent or purchase Live-Evil today!
Live-Evil on iTunes
Live-Evil on Amazon
MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS REVIEW
J. Richey Nash recently appeared in Mill Mountain Theatre's hit production of Moonlight and Magnolias. Written by Ron Hutchinson and directed by Jay Briggs, this madcap comedy about the making of the movie Gone with the Wind received glowing critical praise. CLICK HERE to read The Roanoke Times review of the show.
Check out photo stills from the production by clicking on the thumbnails on the left.
HITTING THE CYCLE AVAILABLE ON DVD & ONLINE!
Hitting the Cycle, the feature film written, produced and directed by J. Richey Nash, is available now on DVD! You can purchase the DVD at HTCmovie.com, Family Video and Amazon, or download/stream the movie instantly on Amazon Instant Video! In the production, Richey plays the lead role of “Rip,” a down-on-his-luck professional baseball player who returns to his long-forgotten hometown to confront his troubled past. For more info on the movie, visit the official Hitting the Cycle website and Facebook page!
NASH TALKS HITTING THE CYCLE AT THE SAG FOUNDATION
The Screen Actors Guild Foundation presented J. Richey Nash's film Hitting the Cycle for SAG-AFTRA members in Los Angeles as part of the Foundation’s Independent Feature Film Screening Series. The event, moderated by Dennis Baker, included a post-screening conversation with Richey and HTC co-director Darin Anthony. To watch the replay, click the video window above!