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A unique yet hilarious play is about to grace the stage. Nice Fish is an experience that is unlike any other. This theatrical masterpiece might be new to the scene but even in that short space of time it has gone on to capture the imagination of the masses to become one of the most sought after plays today. This is your chance to book Nice Fish tickets and make your way to the arena to catch it live.
Nice Fish is a brilliant attempt to do something different. The idea of the play was conceived by Louis Jenkins and Mark Rylance. Rylance is among the most famous names in the business. He has worked as a director, a writer and an actor of course on his way to winning the Tony award. On the other hand Jenkins is a poet whose works have fascinated Rylance so much that he had been quoting Jenkins words publicly.
When the two of them got together to work on a project, the result materialized in the form of Nice Fish. The play is revolves around the last day of the ice fishing season when two friends go out to do some fish catching. One of them is “Ron,” played by Rylance himself whereas his friend is named “Erik” a role that is played by Jim Lichtscheidl. The scene is set upon an ice cold frozen lake in the north part of Minnesota. The place is a little far away from civilization. There aren’t a lot of people around them which gives Erik and Ron the privacy they need. Both of them however have contrasting personalities. Erik is shown to be more focused on the task at hand. He sits on an upturned bucket without moving around to get a fish to take the bait.
Ron, on the other hand, is more dynamic and restless. He just can’t stand still and keeps on getting up to move around. Erik’s stability and Ron’s restlessness makes for an intriguing combination that comes out brilliantly in the play. Ron and Erik aren’t completely alone as they have the company of an irritating DNR officer who is assigned to the job of keeping an eye of them. It’s all a bit too peaceful and still with no fish being caught. That is when it all changes. “Flo,” as girl comes out of nowhere to change the entire scene and the atmoshphere upside down. She is a young girl who wants to party. Ron and Erik are immediately fascinated by her. Her sudden appearance has brought life to what was before that a desolated environment. She is followed by “Wayne” Flo’s boyfriend who arrives on to scene on a snowmobile. Wayne is an overprotective jealous guy who is very angry about a lot of things. To make matters worse not only he is after Flo for retribution but he arrives to the scene loaded with dynamites. What was an closed quiet environment just a short while ago is now chaotic. Erik and Ron are stuck in the middle of something they never thought they would encounter.
What happens next leads to the play’s magnificent ending. Nice Fish is a different play that takes its inspiration from Jenkins poetry. The play is one not to be missed out on. There aren’t of lot of other theater productions like it. It has also been on the receiving end of glowing reviews from multiple sources. So if you are a fan of theater then don’t miss out on Nice Fish tickets and watch this wonderful exhibition of theatrical excellence live.