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We Are

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ANNOUNCING OUR 2022-2023 SEASON

JAG’s exciting seventh season, including new play and musical development, a residency at New York Theatre Workshop, the return of the wildly popular Theatre on the Hill, and a fully realized production of a new Afro-surrealist dark comedy presented in Vermont and New York City, centers around themes of freedom and healing. The season is titled The Freedom Practice!

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A NOTE FROM JARVIS GREEN

I hope our midsummer letter finds you between sun and shade, taking in the season’s blossoms. JAG is deeply thrilled to invite you along with us, once again, to champion the power of creativity and storytelling. As we continue to deepen the roots of the work, we are sprouting boldly and beautifully in and beyond the Upper Valley. We welcome you into our ‘22/‘23 season, The Freedom Practice!

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JAG FOUNDER AWARDED GOVERNOR'S AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE ARTS

JAG Founder awarded the Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts, the highest honor presented to an artist by the state of Vermont!

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INTRODUCING JAG SALON

JAG Salon presents an open conversation exploring Joy & Wellness as an experiment for liberatory practices within the American Theatre led by Harold Steward, happening on Sunday July 31 at 4pm.

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SIDEEQ HEARD JOINS JAG AS NEW ASSOCIATE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Heard, an emerging multi-hyphenate theatre artist with national and international experience, will bring his keen aesthetic sensibilities to the creative team at JAG. With a BFA from Howard University and an MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Sideeq first worked with the JAG team directing Next to Normal at 2021’s Theatre on the Hill at King Arthur Baking Company.

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JAG OPENS 2022/2023 SEASON WITH ‘THEATRE ON THE HILL’ STARRING BRITTON & THE STING

Recent Tony Award-winner Britton Smith, the self-identified Black Gay Mega Pastor, is bringing his funk liberation band Britton & The Sting to King Arthur’s outdoor space, for four performances of Theatre on the Hill.

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BOARD APPROVES $1.1 MILLION ANNUAL BUDGET

With this significantly larger budget, JAG intends to grow its staff, expand its programming, and foster the development of theatre that brings a 21st century Black aesthetic to the American stage.

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JAG WINS PRESTIGIOUS GRANT FROM THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS

JAG Productions win $20,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to support JAGfest 7.0 (2023), our annual festival of new plays by Black playwrights.

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JAG SELECTED AS COMPANY IN RESIDENCE AT NYTW

JAG Productions will join New York Theatre Workshop’s (NYTW) Companies-in-Residence program for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 seasons as the first non-New York City-based company. As part of the residency, NYTW will provide artistic and institutional support and act as a second home to JAG in the city, while JAG looks to magnify its scope and presence in the theater world.

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THE RESILIENT FILM

Jarvis Green stars in this short film, a collaboration with global consultancy group Deloitte, to celebrate millennials' careers across the globe for their RESILIENT campaign

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SUPPORT BLACK THEATRE

Please consider making a meaningful donation to support our work at JAG Productions, as we face the financial blowback resulting from the coronavirus.