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Noise Within Selling Out, NJ Debut


WE'RE NEARLY SOLD OUT! Join us on December 15:

Our reading at A Noise Within is selling out! We had a great first read through of the night, the performance is going to be a ton of fun, at times hilarious, and more than a little devastating. :-) Join us for Trey Nichols's adaptation of From Beyond (WL16), Susannah Myrvold's witching play The Unholy Sisters (FSII), and my adaptation of "In a Grove" titled The Grove of Rashomon (WL15). Wicked Lit Staged Readings Including The Grove of Rashomon, adapted by Jonathan Josephson, from the short story “In A Grove” by Ryūnosuke Akutagawa A Noise Within, "Noise Now" 3352 E Foothill Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107 December 15, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

December 13-15, 2019 Dover Little Theatre Winter Holiday One-Act Festival Dover, NJ

My new holiday play Jorge Hosts Chanukah is going to have its world premiere at the Dover Little Theatre! The play centers on a mixed-faith family that is forever bound by love, latkes, and tamales.

Now running Off-Broadway thru 12/8:

Phone Friend by Jonathan Josephson Altered Minds, presented by Alternative Theatre CompanyAmerican Theatre of Actors314 West 54th Street New York, New York 10019 "If you ever wanted to dial that number, or call me, talk to me, for whatever cosmic reason you might want to - I’m here. It’s Traci. Not a roto-dial fuckhead" Two lonely strangers connect when a widower keeps dialing his wife's old number and one day... someone else picks up, directed by Judy Dodd with Jillie Simon* and Paul Thomas Ryan*

Moving Arts's Theater at the Museum at LACMA on 11/16 was a huge hit! 600 patrons attended two performances, I was thrilled and honored to be part of the producing team behind this groundbreaking event.

NYC SPOTLIGHT: At the Public Theatre Anspacher Theater October 29 - December 15

Written by Tony Kushner Directed by Oskar Eustis Looking forward to seeing this new version of a modern classic! Tony Kushner reunites with longtime collaborator and The Public Theater’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis in a scorching new version of his first play, the prescient 1985 masterwork suggesting the possibility of the Reagan counter-revolution eventually giving rise to American fascism. Funny, brilliant, and devastating, this new production of A BRIGHT ROOM CALLED DAY revisits an epic work that takes a piercing look at the vulnerability of American democracy, and demands to know: when the devil takes up residence in your country… will you act?


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