JAGfest 3.0 | Community Events

Additional programming FREE and open to the public!

Feb 4 - JAGfest Community Welcome Dinner, 6:30PM

Piecemeal Pies, White River Junction VT



Feb 5- Lunch with the Playwrights, 12:30PM

Dartmouth Department of Theater | Hopkins Center for the Arts, Hanover, NH



Feb 6 - Kyle Mays Lecture | When Did Black People Lose Their Indigeneity?, 5:30PM

 Dartmouth College| Hopkins Center for the Arts, Hanover, NH



Feb 7 - Sighted Eyes | Feeling Heart Documentary, 7:00PM

Briggs Opera House, White River Junction, VT


Feb 8 - JAGfest Dance Party, 9:00PM

Piecemeal Pies, White River Junction, VT 


JAGfest Community Welcome Dinner
Monday, February 4, 6:30PM

Piecemeal Pies, White River Junction, VT

Join us on Monday February 4th at 6:30pm for a Community Welcome Dinner for the JAGfest artists at Piecemeal Pies! Free of charge!


Please email info@jagproductionsvt.com if you would like to contribute a dish or (non-alcoholic) beverage.

Lunch with the Playwrights

Tuesday, February 5, 12:30PM

Dartmouth Department of Theater | Hopkins Center for the Arts, Hanover, NH 

Serving Boloco!


JAGFest 3.0 Playwrights Kirya Traber, Tracey Conyer Lee, Maine "The Maine Attraction" Anders, and Gethsemane Amy Herron-Coward will be having lunch with the Department of Theater on February 5, sharing their perspectives as artists and women of color working in the theater industry and discussing the practical daily challenges of building a career and a life as a creative artist in today's world.

RSVPS ARE DEEPLY APPRECIATED! Email Milena Zuccotti (Milena.D.Zuccotti@dartmouth.edu) if you'll be stopping by.

Kyle Mays Lecture | When Did Black People Lose Their Indigeneity? 

Wednesday, February 6, 5:30PM

Hopkins Center for the Arts | Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

Kyle T. Mays (Black/Saginaw Anishinaabe) is an Assistant Professor at UCLA and a transdisciplinary scholar and public intellectual of urban history, Indigenous Studies, Afro-Indigenous Studies, and popular culture.

He recently published his first book, “Hip Hop Beats, Indigenous Rhymes: Modernity and Hip Hop in Indigenous North America“ (SUNY Press, 2018). He is finishing his second book titled, “The Indigenous Motor City: Indigenous People and the Making of Modern Detroit” (under contract with the University of Washington Press). He is also working on a new book project tentatively titled, “Black Belonging, Indigenous Sovereignty: Black American and Indigenous Histories in Unexpected Places.’ This book explores the relationship between Black Americans and Indigenous peoples, moving from the foundations of the United States until the present.

His lecture at Dartmouth will be titled: "When Did Black People Lose their Indigeneity?: Reimagining Black and Indigenous Histories."

Sighted Eyes | Feeling Heart Documentary

Thursday, February 7, 7:00PM

Briggs Opera House, White River Junction, VT

This moving documentary of the life of Lorraine Hansberry, writer of the groundbreaking play A Raisin in the Sun, tells the dramatic story of the young, gifted and black woman who chose words to fight injustice––on stage and off.

Lorraine Hansberry boldly challenged American society to live up to its ideals and chose theater as her agent of change. She personified the struggles of the 20th century until her early death at just 34 years old, but her words remain vibrant, revelatory and relevant.

In​ this ​feature-length​ ​documentary,​ ​award-winning​ ​filmmaker Tracy​ ​Heather​ ​Strain​ ​examines​ ​Hansberry’s​ ​life​ ​and​ ​work​ ​using​ ​a​ ​remarkable​ ​collection​ ​of​ ​archival footage,​ ​home​ ​movies,​ ​rare​ ​photos​ ​and​ ​unpublished​ ​documents.​ ​With​ ​materials​ ​from​ ​the Lorraine​ ​Hansberry​ ​Literary​ ​Trust,​ ​and​ ​including​ ​interviews​ ​with​ ​​family,​ ​friends​ ​and​ ​colleagues,​ ​Strain explores​ ​the​ ​full​ ​scope​ ​of​ ​the​ ​author’s​ ​history​ ​for​ ​the​ ​very​ ​first​ ​time.​ Featuring​ ​interviews​ ​with​ ​Hollywood​ ​legends​ ​such​ ​as​ ​Sidney​ ​Poitier,​ ​Ruby​ ​Dee,​ ​Harry​ ​Belafonte, and​ ​Louis​ ​Gossett​ ​Jr.,​ ​who​ ​share​ ​​ ​personal​ ​memories​ of ​collaborating​ ​with​ ​Hansberry,​ the film introduces viewers to ​a​ ​fiercely​ ​intellectual​ ​artist,​ ​activist​ ​and​ ​social​ ​critic​ ​who,​ ​in​ ​the​ ​words​ ​of​ ​Gossett,​ ​“told the​ ​truth​ ​whether​ ​you​ ​liked​ ​it​ ​or​ ​not.”​ ​​ ​​

JAG is excited to partner with White River Indie Films for this event!


Admission is by donation. Click HERE to reserve a seat.

JAGfest Dance Party with DJ Sean

Friday, February 8, 9:00PM

Piecemeal Pies, White River Junction, VT

Kicking off opening night of the festival with an epic dance party hosted by DJ Sean at Piecemeal Pies. 


Beer, wine, & cider available for purchase!


$5 per person cash or check at the door. 


Let's turn up!

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