NINE Theatricals is a non profit organization founded in July of 2007 by R.J. Lamb. Based out of Central New Jersey, it has always been the goal of NINE to "educate, entertain and inspire" audiences while challenging them with comedies, farces, dramas, classical and original works.
From their very first production of Whose Afraid of Virginia Woolf? in 2008, NINE Theatricals provides actors, backstage people and playwrights opportunities to grow as artists and to explore their talents.
Previous New Jersey productions include the musical Side Show, Just Imagine, Cemetery Club, Just Plain Funny, The Outrageous Adventures of Sheldon and Mrs. Levine as well as the original work Lizzie Borden Revisited. Each Christmas season NINE tours the state of New Jersey with radio plays the likes of Miracle on 34th Street, A Christmas Carol and It's A Wonderful Life.
New York City productions include Tape, Laundry and Bourbon, The Owl Project, Hamlet and this past November, NINE Theatricals produced the Off Broadway, United States Premiere of The Collector at 59E59 Theaters. The show was based on John Fowles' famous novel of the same name and played to sold out audiences and rave reviews.
This production of Lone Star celebrates the ten year anniversary of NINE Theatricals.
For more information on the company call 732.618.8037