Cast

All Characters Jay Johnson

Creative

Director Bryan W. Simon
Stage Director Murphy Cross & Paul Kreppel

REVIEWS

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A passionate entertainer

Here's why I love Jay Johnson: He's a man who loves and believes in his art, and performs it masterfully. His art is an unusual one, and that makes this performance all the more special. He is part magician, part comedian, part philosopher, part humanitarian -- but all extraordinary to watch. This is an almost-totally family friendly production; there are one or two moments of (amusingly) foul language to be aware of, but on the whole Jay keeps it PG. I watched it with my young daughter, and I'm pretty sure no damage was done. Also, she absolutely loved it, and wants to watch it again. Well worth the price of admission.

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Thom Pain

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Indecent

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Sweeney Todd

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Company (2011)

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Gypsy (2015)

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Memphis

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Cats

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Billy Elliot

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ANN

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Present Laughter

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The Toxic Avenger

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The Portuguese Kid

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Thom Pain

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Old Hats

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Rhinoceros

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Candide

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Putting it Together

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Comedy of Errors

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Kiss Me, Kate

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