Deliver Us From Nowhere: TRACK SIX


Track Six: 'Gospel Hour,' inspired by 'State Trooper' We're flipping the record over to side two and putting a few of the cast members from Track 6 of Deliver Us From Nowhere through the question guantlet. Let's get a collective 'HUZZAH!' for the spritley and wiley AlI and Jared. Check out the inspiration behind "Gospel Hour" here.

What’s your name and what are you doing here?

Ali Delianides: I’m Ali and I play Carolyn in 'Gospel Hour,' I'm on costume crew for 'When You're Dead,' 'The Drive,' 'Happy. Happier Then,' and I'm a Tympanic Ensemble Member...whoop whoop!

Jared Frenley: Yo, I’m Jared and I play the badest badass in this whole friggin show. Jealous?

How did you find yourself being a part of Deliver Us From Nowhere?

AD: This is a project that we as a company have been in talks about for quite some time now. I knew that putting it on its feet was going to be a blast and I wanted to come along for the ride.

What about a night inspired by Bruce Springsteen gets you most jazzed?

AD: I love the Boss. My parents are huge fans and I grew up listening to him . To create a night of theatre that reflects his stories with so many different artists gets me really excited.

JF: The words "BRUCE" and "SPRINGSTEEN"

What about the song ‘State Trooper inspired you?

JF: I actually wasn’t very familiar with this song before starting rehearsals; all I remembered was the "HYATT-HOOO" noise that Bruce makes towards the end.

What’s one of your favorite Springsteen lyrics?

AD: "Someday girl I don't know when we're gonna get to that place where we really wanna go and we'll walk in the sun."

JF: "Poor man wanna be rich, rich man wanna be kind."

In five words or less, why should people come see Deliver Us From Nowhere?

AD: Tympanic inspires theatre through tunes.

JF: I am in it.


Deliver Us From Nowhere: Tales From Nebraska is currently running through May 20th at The Right Brain Project.  Get your tickets here!