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In the midst of this coronavirus moment, you may know by now the heartbreaking news that JAG’s co-production with Esai’s Table at Cherry Lane Theater in New York is indefinitely postponed. JAG Productions is tremendously vulnerable and is experiencing the fierce urgency of this moment. Please consider making a meaningful donation to support our work at JAG Productions, as we face the financial blowback resulting from the coronavirus.
The founder of JAG Productions describes the theater company’s newest play, "Esai's Table," as a story of three young men on a mystical journey. They are guided by another mysterious man who gives the play its title.
What does it mean to create a space for African American theatre in Vermont? From taking up space, to holding space and creating brave spaces, space is political, and JAG has been carving it fearlessly.
JAG Productions closed its inaugural season with an enormous honor: as the 2017 recipient of the New England Theatre Conference's (NETC) Regional Award for Outstanding Achievement in the American Theatre. The award is given once a year in recognition of regional theaters that have perpetuated theatrical excellence.
JAG Productions focused on creating theater to engage challenging issues of race, gender, sexuality and identity, welcomes eight members to its founding Board of Directors. The founding members are Brian Cook, Jacqueline Fischer, Nathalie Batraville, Nancy Boyd Grant, Jameson C. Davis, Alka Dev, Vincent Mack, and Amanda Rafuse.