FRINGE WELCOMES SCHOLARSHIP WINNER’S SHOW ABOUT SELF-DISCOVERY - NOT HRE RIGHT NOW!!
For Immediate Release
Press Contact: Mia Fields
May 1, 2019 (Atlanta, GA) – Not Here Right Now…the Hilariously Touching Tale of a Tall Man in Tight Spaces Finding Clarity and Avoiding A Quarter-Life Crisis in Southeast Asia, All While Wearing Strappy-Velcro Sandals (Except to the Wedding of the Century) is coming to the Hollywood Fringe Festival on June 20th at the Broadwater Theater from the Atlanta-based team.
Royce Bable takes us on his inspiring journey from corporate citizen to world traveler; think standup comedy + TED Talk + Improv Theater. Meet the characters who helped him find more of himself along the way, and learn that sometimes being present means being “not here right now.” The one-man show, written by Royce Bable and directed by Ina Williams, aims to inspire diverse audiences to take meaningful and fulfilling risks to achieve happiness.
Bable says “we want to challenge people to dare to do something different, and discover not only who they are, but who they want to be.”
Tired of the monotony of New York City corporate life, an ambitious 20-something, trades in his promising media research career for a one-way ticket to Southeast Asia. We see a reflection of ourselves in Royce’s journey as he takes the audience on an eight-country adventure toward self-discovery. Based on real experiences, this story inspires the audience to take meaningful and fulfilling risks to achieve happiness.
The original production of Not Here Right Now was successfully funded through Kickstarter. The team set out to raise $10k and surpassed their goal by 20% with backing of 165 people from around the world. In a time where the theatre world is vying for the attention of a younger generation, Not Here Right Now, targets millennials head-on; written by a millennial for millennials.