2013-2014 Schedule of Events

Theater J is dedicated to taking its dialogues beyond the stage, offering an array of innovative public discussion forums, readings, and programs which explore the theatrical, cultural and social elements of our art throughout the year.

All events are free and open to everyone except where noted otherwise. All events and times subject to change. Please check this page for up-to-date announcements.

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June 2014
 Date  Time  Event Venue

Mon, June 23
7:30 pm Reading: Cream Soda and Crème de Menthe
by Caleen Sinnette Jennings
Tickets: $10 per person

A semi-autobiographical, coming of age play about Jacqueline Marie Butler, a 12-year old black girl growing up in 1960s Queens, New York. Jacqueline discovers a new city and a whole new world when her parents transfer her to a predominantly Jewish progressive school in Greenwich Village.
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Aaron & Cecile Goldman Theater

Tues, June 24
9:00 pm Talkback with Jon Spelman of The Prostate Dialogues Aaron & Cecile Goldman Theater

Mon, June 30
7:30 pm Reading: To Kill A King
by Joshua Ford

Tickets: $10 per person

To Kill A King tells the story of the Memphis Sanitation Workers' strike of 1968 – an unplanned work stoppage that began by accident, was prolonged by intransigence, and ended in tragedy. At the center of the conflict stand the individuals whose actions helped determine the fates of 1200 strikers and one reverend from Atlanta.
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Aaron & Cecile Goldman Theater

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