Making a Living, Making a Life
A Conversation with the Playwrights of JAGfest 4.0
Thursday, February 6
The Top of the Hop
A professional theater based in White River Jct, JAG Productions is dedicated to the production of classic and contemporary African-American theatre, nurturing compassion and empathy via the lens of the African-American experience. JAG’s fourth annual festival of new works, JAGfest 4.0, will take place February 7-9 (tickets to the festival events are available HERE). Playwrights Isaiah Hines, Jeremy O’ Brian, Johnny G. Lloyd, Sheldon Shaw, and Keelay Gipson (bios available HERE) will be at the Hopkins Center on February 6 with JAG Producing Artistic Director Jarvis Green, sharing their perspectives as artists 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. The disucssion will be moderated by playwright Kirya Traber.
A cash bar and light snacks will be available (a complimentary drink ticket will be available for attending Dartmouth students 21 and older).
Come join the conversation!
RSVPs are not required...but they are helpful! Email Milena Zuccotti to RSVP.
Sponsored by the Department Of Theater’s VOICES Program and the Hopkins Center for the Arts