Thursday, January 25, 2007

This Week's Column

A Dream Play Continues, Jake's Women Preview

You can still catch The Dream Play at the Van Duzer -- its run concludes with 8 p.m. performances on Wednesday (Jan. 24) and Thursday (Jan. 25). These Young Actors Guild shows from the Northcoast Preparatory and Performing Arts Academy are unique. They bring together young people devoted to an arts-based education with visionary theatrical veterans (director Jean Heard Bazemore and set designer Gerald Beck) in adaptations of stylistically unconventional and substantive plays that these days just aren't seen much on the North Coast.

Continued here at the North Coast Journal...with a preview of Jake's Women at North Coast Rep.

Correction to the column: Although I was told by the director of Jake's Women that this was Jolene Hayes first appearance as an actress in a play, it's more accurate to say "first appearance in a non-musical play." Her credits include appearances in Chicago, Cabaret and Pirates of Penzance.

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