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Posted March 14, 2017

Jacqueline Jones as Miss Tweed in

Something's Afoot 

by ​Gerlach, Linderman, Vos and McDonald

 Directed by Tom Width

March 9 - May 6, 2017

Swift Creek Mill Theatre

17401 Jefferson Davis Hwy,

South Chesterfield, VA 23834

P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S :

1-804-748-5203

or  online at
 

 
SOMETHING'S AFOOT ~ Ten people are stranded in an isolated English country house during a raging thunderstorm -- the perfect scenario for an Agatha Christie whodunit, right? But in this musical spoof of the genre, the characters are disposed of one by one in fiendishly clever and comic ways: poison darts, man-eating flower pots, and exploding staircases to name just a few! How will it end? Come and see for yourself!

FEATURING:
"The saucy maid"
Lettie.............................................................Nancy Collie

"The caretaker"
Flint......................................................................Ian Page

"The fussy butler"
Clive............................................................Sarbajeet Das

"The Ingenue" 
Hope Langdon...............................Mara Elizabeth Barrett

"The family doctor"
Dr. Grayburn.....................................................Mike White

"The black sheep nephew"
Nigel Rancour.................................................John Mincks

"The Grande Dame"
Lady Grace Manley-Prowe.............................Joy Williams

"The old army man"
Colonel Gillweather............................................Steve King

"The tweedy, elderly amateur detective"
Miss Tweed..............................................Jacqueline Jones

"The juvenile; the uninvited guest"
Geoffrey.............................................................Travis West

PRODUCTION STAFF:
Direction, Set Design...........................................Tom Width
Music Direction................................................Leilani Fenick
Choreographer.................................................Ann Eastering
Lighting Design.....................................................Joe Doran
Costume Design....................................Maura Lynch Cravey
Sound Design.......................................................Paul Deiss
Technical Director....................................Jason Blue Herbert
with Stage Management by...............................Cory Williams
Crew........Jason Blue Herbert, Ashley Swiger, Cheyenne Tenda

MUSICIANS
Keyboards....................Leilani Fenick
Reeds..............................Sheri Oyan
Drums..............................Nick Oyer
Trumpet..........................................
Trombone.......................................
Bass...............................Sam Kindle
Keyboards Alternate...............................
Drums Alternate......Steve Raybould
Trumpet Alternate...........................
Trombone Alternate........................

The renovated historic Swift Creek Mill Theatre features an elevator,

                               wheelchair seating in the theatre, and spacious accessible restrooms! 

 

 

Posted April 6, 2017

Jacqueline Jones as Frances the Pig in

Little Red Hen 

Book, Music and Lyrics by ​Paul Deiss

 Directed by Tom Width

April 3 - May 5, 2017

Swift Creek Mill Theatre

17401 Jefferson Davis Hwy,

South Chesterfield, VA 23834

P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S :

1-804-748-5203

(not available online)
 
 
LITTLE RED HEN ~ Plant the seeds. Tend the garden. Harvest the grain. Grind the flour. Bake the bread. Find out how a farm works as the little red hen tries to get her barnyard friends to help her – and to learn the lessons of work and reward. English - K1, K.2, K.3, K.8, K.9, 1.1, 1.3, 1.8, 1.9, 1.10, 2.1 2.2, 2.3, 2.8, 3.1, 3.2, 3.5 Science – K.1, K.2, K.5, K.6, K.7, K.8, K.9, K.11, 1.1, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.8, 2.4, 2.5, 2.7, 2.8, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.8, 3.9, 3.10, 3.11  
 
STUDY GUIDE: https://issuu.com/swiftcreekmill/docs/guide_to_little_red_hen

FEATURING:

Farmer Jeff........................................Tom Width
 
Frances the Pig........................Jacqueline Jones
 
Fluff the Calico Cat.........................Joy Williams
 
Buster the Big Brown Dog...........Lucian Restivo
 
The Little Red Hen......................Debra Wagoner




PRODUCTION STAFF:
Direction, Set Design...........................................Tom Width
Lighting Design.....................................................Joe Doran
Costume Design....................................Maura Lynch Cravey
Sound Design.......................................................Paul Deiss
Technical Director....................................Jason Blue Herbert
with Stage Management by....................................Tom Width
Crew....................................................Steve King, Sheri Oyan


The renovated historic Swift Creek Mill Theatre features an elevator,

                               wheelchair seating in the theatre, and spacious accessible restrooms! 

 

 

Posted March 26, 2017

Jacqueline Jones as Marcie Rivers in

ALL IN - A Staged Workshop Reading

a psychological thriller 

by ​V. Mark Covington and Joanna Lee

 Directed by Billy Christopher Maupin

April 17, 2017 at 7:30pm

Firehouse Theatre

1609 W Broad St

Richmond, VA 23220

P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S :

1-804-355-2001

or  online at
 
FEATURING 
Marcie Rivers....................Jacqueline Jones
Jade Monroe..................Donna Marie Miller
Orderly 1.................................Todd Schall-Vess
Orderly 2.........................................Jimmy Mello
  Narrator.......................Billy Christopher Maupin  

 

 

Posted Decmeber 18, 2016

Jacqueline Jones directs

The Audition  by Israel Horovitz

and a revival of Bolero  by David Ives 

for  

K Dance's Annual

SHORTS 2017

an exciting collaboration of dance & theatre​

K Dance production on the stage at Richmond Triangle Players 

Produced and Choreographed by Kaye Weinstein Gary

Directed by Jacqueline Jones

March 23, 24 and 25, 2017 at 8:00pm

http://www.kdance.org/  

The Audition features:

           Alexis...........Kaye Weinstein Gary
           Ed.......................Jimmy Mello

Bolero features:

           The Woman................Maggie Roop
           The Man..................Jimmy Mello
           Ensemble............Andrew Etheridge
           .........................Corey Davis
           .................Kaye Weinstein Gary
  

P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S

Richmond Triangle Players, 1300 Altamont Ave Richmond, VA 23230  rmailto:resv@rtriangle.org

Box office opens 2 hours before curtain.  Sales and will call  will open at that time.

804-346-8113  Calls will be returned between 9am - 5pm weekdays. 

 

SHORTS 2017 PRODUCTION STAFF:

Director of Bolero...........Jacqueline Jones
Director of The Audition.....Jacqueline Jones
Director of Post Its............Adam Ferguson
Director of Words, Words, Words...Deejay Gray
Director of Tongue-Tied...........Mollie Hood
Choreographer.............Kaye Weinstein Gary
Lighting, Set Designs...........Matt Landwehr
Costume Design............Kaye Weinstein Gary
Sound Design....................Robbie Kinter
Technical Director..............Matt Landwehr
with Stage Management by.........Bonnie Brady
Crew....................Dustin, Katie, Leanne

  

Posted October 21, 2016

 

Jacqueline Jones as Mrs. Cauthen in

Wishing Well  

by Maryland playwright Jon Klein

 Directed by Zachary Owen

January 20 - February 4, 2017

CAT Theatre

319 N. Wilkinson Road

Henrico, VA 23227

P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S :

1-888-695-0888

or  online at
 
(Scroll down to The Wishing Well
 
The Wishing Well is CAT Theatre's offering in the

Richmond Acts of Faith Festival 2017 

FEATURING:

Callie Quayle...............Kerrigan Sullivan
Mrs. Cauthen.................Jacqueline Jones
Cindy Cauthen...............Rachel Dilliplane
Dennis Quayle.....................Arik Cullen
Richard Smalls....................Jonel Jones
 

 

PRODUCTION STAFF:

Direction ......................Zachary Owen
Lighting Design..........................Ian
Costume Design........................Sheila
Sound Design............................Nick
Technical Director..............Frank Foster
with Stage Management by.........Sue Howells
Crew............................Mary Isemann

2016

Posted August 13, 2016

Jacqueline Jones directs

Bolero  by David Ives

for  

K Dance's Annual

YES! Dance Invitational

A national festival of contemporary dance & theatre
Dec 2, 2016 at 8PM
and
Dec 3, 2016 at 3PM and 8PM 
 
A K Dance production on the stage at Firehouse Theatre

1609 W. Broad St.

Richmond, VA 23220

Free Parking is across the street in the Lowes lot.

P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S :

8 0 4 - 3 5 5 - 2 0 0 1

or  online at
 

 

FEATURING:

The Woman................Maggie Roop
The Man.................Tim Schwartz
Ensemble............Andrew Etheridge
.........................Corey Davis
.................Kaye Weinstein Gary

PRODUCTION STAFF:

Direction ..................Jacqueline Jones
Choreographer............Kaye Weinstein Gary
Lighting Design..........Christian DeAngelis
Costume Design...........Kaye Weinstein Gary
Sound Design...................Robbie Kinter
Technical Director.............Matt Landwehr
with Stage Management by........Bonnie Brady
Crew....................Billy, Gracie, Emily

 

 

Posted July 18, 2016

Jacqueline Jones as Diane in

 MURPHY'S LAW

by ​ Andy Nagraj and Jonathan Spivey
 
Direction and Music Direction by Andy Nagraj and Jonathan Spivey
 Starring ​Jan Guarino, Audra Honaker, Jacqueline Jones,
Paul Major, Durron Tyre, and Scott Wichmann​ 
​ Richmond Triangle Players​;​  1300 Altamont Avenue, RVA 23230​ 
Reservations are not necessary; Pay-what-you-can; Suggested donation $10.00 
 

From Andy and Jonathan:

When everything that can go wrong does go wrong for everyman Dave Spring, the solution appears obvious: a cross-country road trip. Miles whiz by, colorful characters collide, and hilarity ensues as Dave contemplates what to do when life hands him a fork in the road.   Featuring a toe-tapping score that spans folk, funk, and everything in between, this road-trip musical comedy will split your sides and leave you humming your way out of the theatre.  This one-night-only concert reading of the road-trip musical comedy Murphy's Law is Richmond’s first - but not final - taste of the musical since the original workshop at the Modlin Center in 2004.

  

Posted June 12, 2016

Jacqueline Jones as Nita in

 THE HALLELUJAH GIRLS

a jones hope wooten comedy
by Jesse Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten
Direction by Tom Width
 
Dixie Swim Club girls become The Hallelujah Girls

 

From Swift Creek Mill Theatre:

"The Hallelujah Girls is another great show by the writers who gave us "The Golden Girls" and last season's runaway hit, The Dixie Swim Club. In The Hallelujah Girls, an enterprising Southern woman has leased a dilapidated church and turned it into weekly pampering for her four best friends and a special treat for the ladies of Eden Falls, Georgia: the SPA-DEE-DAH! But look out! There are secrets in the basement and romantic entanglements above! If you loved the ladies of the Swim Club, we think you'll love the ladies of the Spa-Dee-Dah, too. THE HALLELUJAH GIRLS is a side-splitting joyful comedy. You'll laugh out loud and shout, 'Hallelujah!'" 


FEATURING:

Jennifer Frank................Carlene Travis
Jacqueline Jones.................Nita Mooney
Jody Strickler.................Mavis Flowers
Joy Williams....................Crystal Hart
Vicki McLeod.............Sugar Lee Thompkins
Vicki McLeod.............Sugar Lee Thompkins
Catherine Butler Cooper.....Bunny Sutherland
Richard Koch..........Bobby Dwayne Dillahunt
Mike White
....................Porter Padgett

PRODUCTION STAFF:

Direction, Set Design..............Tom Width
Lighting Design....................Joe Doran
Costume Design............Maura Lynch Cravey
Sound Design......................Paul Deiss
Technical Director........Jason Blue Herbert
with Stage Management by.......Cory Williams
Crew...........Charley Raintree & Sheri Oyer



The renovated historic Swift Creek Mill Theatre features an elevator, wheelchair seating in the theatre, and spacious accessible restrooms!  
 
 
 
Posted March 28, 2016 
 
THREES, PLEASE by Larry Gard
Directed by Jacqueline Jones http://www.smv.org/
Starring Kim Jones Clark and Larry Gard
​I​
n the new 
Preschool Gallery
​ ​
at the Science Museum of Virginia

Contact the SMV front desk for the
​performance ​
schedule.

 

Posted March 28, 2016

Jacqueline Jones Directs

 

 A PASSING FANCY

 A musical in one act by Pat Walker

with Musical Direction by Shirley Townsend

Bifocals at CAT, Senior Actors performing for Senior Audiences 

STARRING:

Al Albert, Mickey Black, Jana Frances-Fisher, Susan Gerber,
Cary Houseman, 
Joe Lomonoco, Jerry E. Long,
Laura McFarland-Bukalski, 
Diana Sage, & Fred Schneider,
with Shirley Townsend on the piano

 Touring Senior Communities in the Greater RVA area May 16 - Jun 10, '16 

Concluding with Public Performances on the stage at CAT Theatre

June 7, 8pm and June 10, 2:30pm

319 N. Wilkinson Rd, RVA 23227 

♡ For BOOKING TOURS, please contact bifocals@cattheatre.com
 For RESERVATIONS at CAT Theatre please call 1-888-695-0888
 

A Passing Fancy is set at an early 1900s Independence Day celebration in Prairie Dog Hill.  This sweet love story features turn of the Twentieth Century classics such as 

  • "In the Good Old Summertime" 
  • "I'm Just Wild About Harry"     
  • "Bird in a Gilded Cage" 
  • "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree" 
  • "Whatcha Gonna Do When the Rent Comes Round?" 
  • "In My Merry Oldsmobile" 
  • "There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight"   
  • "I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen"  
  • "Just a Song at Twilight"  

 

 

Posted February 2016

 Jacqueline Jones in

SHORTS

an exciting collaboration of dance & theatre​

a K Dance production on the stage at Richmond Triangle Players 

Produced and Choreographed by Kaye Weinstein Gary

Directed by Billy Christopher Maupin

March 24-26, 2016

http://www.kdance.org/

 

Starring Kaye Weinstein Gary

with

Andrew Etheredge,  Billy Christopher Maupin,

Caleb Wade,   Chris Craig,   Elizabeth Earnest,

Jacqueline Jones,  Kate Brady,  and  Tricia Jane Wiles

 

P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S

Richmond Triangle Players, 1300 Altamont Ave Richmond, VA 23230  rmailto:resv@rtriangle.org

Box office opens 2 hours before curtain.  Sales and will call  will open at that time.

804-346-8113  Calls will be returned between 9am - 5pm weekdays.

 

 

Posted August 2015 

 

Jacqueline Jones in

​Dance-Theatre Conversations

an exciting collaboration of dance & theatre​

Weinstein JCC's Patrons of the Arts presents 

a K Dance production: ​Dance-Theatre Conversations

Produced and Choreographed by Kaye Weinstein Gary

Directed by Billy Christopher Maupin

J a n u a r y  21, 2 0 1 6 at 7:00 PM

http://members.webs.com/MembersB/WEM/NS/www.kdance.org

Starring tbd

with a special appearance by Jacqueline Jones 

as Christopher Durang's Mrs. Sorken

~ ~ ~

http://www.kdance.org/

A K Dance Production at 

The Weinstein Jewish Community Center

15403 Monument Ave

Richmond, VA 23226

P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S :

804-270-4944  or  804-288-6091  

 

2015

Posted August 2015 
 

Jacqueline Jones in

The Fourth Wall
 by A. R. Gurney

D e c   1 0,  2 0 1 5     -     J a n  31,  2 0 1 6

Firehouse Theatre

Direction by Kerrigan Sullivan

"a non-musical with some Cole Porter tunes thrown in"

Musical Direction by Fran Coleman

Choreography by Starlet Knight

Featuring: 

Peggy....Jacqueline Jones

Roger......Michael Hawke

Julia........Annie Zannetti

Floyd........Landon Nagel

Production Staff: 

Stage Manager...........Zachary Owen

Set Design.....................Eddie Slipek

Lighting Design....Andrew Bonniwell

Sound Design.............Joe Carragher

Costume Design...Margarette Joyner

Props Master..............................tba

Technical Director......................tba

Crew......................Marcus Sharnoff

 

In The Fourth Wall, Gurney poses the question, "if you sensed there was something better out there, would you have the courage to change everything by stepping through to the other side?"

Peggy has upset her husband Roger’s comfortable suburban life by rearranging the furniture in the living room of their comfortable suburban home. Roger enlists longtime friend Julia and an expert from the local community college to help him persuade Peggy to be sensible and put the furniture back where it belongs.  

Firehouse Theatre

1609 W. Broad St.

Richmond, VA 23220

Free Parking is across the street in the Lowes lot.

P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S :

8 0 4 - 3 5 5 - 2 0 0 1

or

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/profile/994118

Group Rates are available.

More information? Email Artistic Director, Joel Bassin: joel@firehousetheatre.org

 
 
Posted June 2015 
 

Jacqueline Jones in

 

UnCanny Valley
 by Thomas Gibbons

S e p   1 0     -     O c t  3,   2 0 1 5

5th Wall Theatre

A 5th Wall Theatre Production on the stage at HATTheatre

Directed by Morrie Piersol


Featuring: 

Claire...Jacqueline Jones

Julian.....Alexander Sapp

 

Production Staff: 

Stage Manager...Zachary Owen

Set Design...............tba

Set Decor................tba

Lighting Design..........tba

Sound Design.............tba

Costume Design...........tba

Props Master.............tba

Technical Director.......tba

Crew: tba

 

"Just what does it mean to be human? 

Neuroscientist Claire works with artificial 

being Julian to help him become human.

With current research and a 'not so distant 

[vision of the] future' the play asks ethical questions 

about our own mortality and how far we’ll go to live forever."  



A 5th Wall Theatre Production 

on the stage at HATTheatre

 

1124 Westbriar Dr #A, Richmond, VA 23238

.

P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S :

Single ticket price – $28  

Single tickets on sale soon

Subscribers – $21  SUBSCRIBE 


Group Rates are available.

More information? Email info@5thwalltheatre.org 

 
Posted October 2014 

2014

Posted November 2014 



Jacqueline Jones as 
Mrs. Fezziwig, Mrs. Beadle, and Little Nell in 


A Staged Reading of this irreverent play 
by Obie-award winning Christopher Durang


MRS. BOB CRATCHIT'S WILD CHRISTMAS BINGE

Produced by 5th Wall Theatre on the stage at The Speakeasy
528 N 2nd St Richmond, VA 23219
Book & lyrics by Christopher Durang, music by Michael Friedman
Directed by Billy Christopher Maupin
Tues Dec. 9, 8:00 pm

¿A rollicking parody!¿ 
- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


¿A hilarious success! The show goes in so many wonderfully loony directions at once.¿ 
- Pittsburgh Pulp


¿Fiendishly funny...never disappoints. Wild it most certainly is, without apologies.¿ 
- Observer-Reporter


¿The show is hilarious, and the audience was crazy!
Seriously, as opposed to laughing, they just screamed at the stage.¿
- The Young People¿s Guide to Theatre and the Galaxy


After standing-room-only success in its initial staging and past two revivals, Carol Piersol's and Billy Christopher Maupin's telling of Mrs. Bob Cratchit¿s Wild Christmas Binge will come to life again, this time under the auspices of 5th Wall Theatre.Playwright Christopher Durang reveals Mrs. Cratchit¿s transformation in this bawdy staged reading with music and song.

In this departure from Dickens, young Scrooge¿s exclamations of ¿Bah, humbug!¿ are an undiagnosed ¿kind of seasonal Tourette¿s Syndrome,¿ and the Ghost of Christmas Past is played by a sassy African-American woman with enough attitude to portray all three spirits (which she does). She tries to show Scrooge his past, present and future in order to change him, but her magic keeps malfunctioning in Durang¿s version of the beloved holiday classic, and they consistently find themselves transported to the wrong time and place. Mrs. Bob Cratchit, a minor character in the Dickens, takes center stage here. No longer loving and long suffering, Mrs. Bob is in a rage! As the Ghost loses more control, the plot morphs into parodies of Oliver Twist, ¿The Gift of the Magi¿, and It¿s a Wonderful Life. In this rollicking parody, Scrooge¿s tale of redemption and gentle grace is placed squarely on its head!

Tickets only $10! ($5 Students/Subscribers/Theatre Professionals) 
Tickets available at 
http://www.5thwalltheatre.org/ and at the door.



Posted October 2014 
 
Jacqueline Jones in
A Workshop Staging of
WRITER'S WEEKEND
 ¿by V. Mark Covington,
Rebecca Elizabeth Jones,
& Paul R. Bartsch 
¿Tuesday, Nov 4, 2014, 8PM
A 5th Wall Theatre Production
at The Speakeasy
528 N 2nd St
Richmond, VA 23219
 
 
 
Posted September 2014 

Jacqueline Jones in

 

Transition
by 
John S. Anastasi
(A Staged Reading of a New Play, directed by Carol Piersol)
Monday, October 13, 2014
A 5th Wall Theatre production at Richmond Triangle Players

http://www.5thwalltheatre.org


Posted August 2014 

Jacqueline Jones in

 

See How They Run
by 
Phillip King

S e p t e m b e r   1 8     -     O c t o b e r   2 5,   2 0 1 4

http://www.SwiftCreekMill.com


Directed by Tom Width


Featuring: 

IDA - a maid..........................................Liz Ballard Hamm

MISS SKILLON.....................................Jacqueline Jones 

THE REVEREND LIONEL TOOP.............Andrew Hamm 

PENELOPE TOOP....................................Louise Keeton

CORPORAL CLIVE WINTON.....................Jesse Mattes

THE INTRUDER............................................Jim Morgan

THE BISHOP OF LAX....................................Jacob Lief

THE REVEREND ARTHUR HUMPHREY.......Steve King

SERGEANT TOWERS.....................Adam Powell Mincks


Production Staff:

Stage Manager ¿ Tom Width  

Assistant Stage Manager ¿ Zachary Owen  

Lighting Design ¿ Joe Doran     Costume Design ¿ Maura Lynch Cravey 

Sound Design ¿ Paul Deiss       Set Design  ¿ Tom Width

Light & Sound Board Operator ¿ Becky Lussier  

Galloping in and out of the four doors of an English vicarage are 

an American actor and actress, 

a cockney maid who has seen too many American movies, 

and old matron who "touches alcohol for the first time in her life," 

four men in clerical garb, one of whom is an escaped prisoner, and 

a sedate bishop who is aghast at all these goings-on. 

You'll laugh till it hurts.


Swift Creek Mill Theatre


17401 Jefferson Davis Hwy Colonial Heights, VA 23834

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P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S :

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804-748-5203 (Group Rates are available by phone)


or visit 


The SEE HOW THEY RUN Tickets Page at SCMT Online:

https://www.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&e=5a629493d61241ae160607a548e1526c


Posted August 2014 
Jacqueline Jones as Rita
in¿ an excerpt from THE LYONS
5th Wall Theatre, Inc. 
premiere + party
Wed, August 6, 2014, 6-10P
Hippodrome Theater
528 N 2nd St Richmond, VA 23219¿
 
 
 
Posted April 2014 

Jacqueline Jones in

 

The Dixie Swim Club
by 
Jones, Hope, and Wooten

J u n e   2 6  -  A u g u s t   2 ,  2 0 1 4

http://www.SwiftCreekMill.com


Directed by Tom Width


Featuring: 

Georgia Rogers Farmer, Jacqueline Jones 

Jennifer Frank, Jody Strickler, and Joy Williams


Production Staff:

Crew ¿ Becky Lussier, Jesse Mattes, Cory Williams 

Lighting Design ¿ Joe Doran     Costume Design ¿ Maura Lynch Cravey 

Sound Design ¿ Paul Deiss       Set Design and Stage Manager ¿ Tom Width


From the writers who gave us "The Golden Girls," The Dixie Swim Club is an hilarious and touching comedy about friendships that last forever. Five southern women, who met on their college swim team, set aside a long weekend every August to catch up. The Dixie Swim Club focuses on four of those weekends and spans a period of thirty-three years.  When fate throws a wrench into one of their lives, these friends rally around with strength and love that takes this comedy in a poignant and surprising direction.


Swift Creek Mill Theatre


17401 Jefferson Davis Hwy Colonial Heights, VA 23834

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P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S :

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J u s t   C A L L  8 0 4 - 7 4 8 - 5 2 0 3


or visit 


The DIXIE SWIM CLUB Tickets Page at SCMT Online.

 

 

Posted December, 2013
 
 

Jacqueline Jones as Jeannette in

 


The Quality of Life

 

b y   J a n e  A n d e r s o n

 

February 7 - 16, 2013

 

Friday and Saturday at 8 pm, Sundays at 2:00 pm

with talk-backs following each Sunday performance

The Quality of life regards adult subject matter

and contains adult language.  A synopsis is below.

 

2007 Ted Schmitt Award for the World Premiere of an Outstanding New Play

2008 Ovation Award for Best New Play

 


H A T T h e a t r e


 

D i r e c t e d   b y   Deejay Gray

 

Produced by Vickie Scallion and HATTheatre as

 

part of the 2014 Richmond Acts of Faith Festival

FEATURING:

Dinah..................................Kerrigan Sullivan
Bill......................
.......................Scott Melton
Jeannette..............
.............Jacqueline Jones
 Neil......................
..................Michael Hawke 

 

PRODUCTION STAFF:

 

Stage Management by...............Vickie Scallion, Nick Dauley

Designers........Deejay Gray, Amber Davis, Michael Jarett

How does one continue to love in the wake of tragedy? Why do some couples cling to each other, while others find themselves growing apart in their grief? This is but one of the many questions explored in Jane Anderson's compelling, remarkable play.

The opening finds Dinah and Bill -- a born-again Christian couple dealing with the loss of their only child -- making a weekend trip from their Ohio home to California, where Dinah's cousin, Jeannette, and her ailing husband, Neil, are living on the site of their fire-stricken home and, yes, sleeping in a yurt. As the conservative, Christian Ohioans meet their West Coast, left leaning foils, much wine (and a bit of pot) is consumed; meanwhile, divergent values and sensibilities clash.

In a love story and comedic drama that plumbs societal, religious and ethical divides, the couples explore their respective life perspectives with finesse, humor, honesty and respect. THE QUALITY OF LIFE is HATTheatre's entry into The Acts of Faith Festival for 2014.

HATTheatre

 

1124 Westbriar Dr. Richmond, VA. 23238

 

(3/10 of a mile West of Tuckahoe Village Shopping Center, Tuckahoe, VA)

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P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S :

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J u s t   C A L L   8 0 4 - 3 4 3 - 6 3 6 4

 

Tickets are not offered via the website.

 


ACTS OF FAITH

 

 


The 2014 festival kicked off with the Acts of Faith Preview on Sunday, January 12 at the Sara Belle and Neil November Theatre (formerly the Empire Theatre), 114 West Broad Street at 7:00 p.m. The Preview held a full house with around 500 patrons in attendance. Participating theatres spoke about their selected plays and presented brief scenes to give a taste of the upcoming festival.  More info about the theatres and shows involved in this year's festival can be found here: http://actsoffaith.va-rep.org/actsoffaith.html 

 

 

 


 

Posted January, 2014
 
 

Jacqueline Jones as Shirley in


Virginia Repertory Theatre's 
Bifocals Theatre Project for Seniors

http://va-rep.org/seniors.html


A Reader¿s Theatre Production of 3 vignettes


Compiled and Directed by Pat Walker


Choreography by Frances Wessels
 

 

February 6 - March 4, 2014

 

Bifocals Theatre Project presents performances at area senior citizen communities


as well as 4 performances which are open to the public at


i n   t h e   u p s t a i r s   l o b b y   s t a g e   o f 


VIRGINIA REPERTORY THEATRE'S   


T h e   C h i l d r e n ' s   T h e a t r e   a t   W i l l o w   L a w n 

In The Shops at Willow Lawn 

1601 Willow Lawn Drive 

Richmond, Virginia 23230


on


Thursday, February 6 at 2:30pm 


Friday, February 7, at 2:30pm 


Tuesday, February 11, at 7:30 pm 


Monday, March 3, at 7:30 pm 

T i c k e t s   a n d   T o u r   i n f o r m a t i o n   a r e   b e l o w .

FEATURING:

Mary Ann Boyd, William Charles, Jim Dyk, Robert Ferguson, 

Susan Gerber, Cary Houseman, Jacqueline Jones, Joe Lomonoco, 

Pat Lorimer, Patsy Pulley, Dudley Sauve, Nancy, Pat Walker, and Frances Wessells 

 

Designers: Pat Walker, Kent Walker and Jim Dyk


It's All Hypothetical, of Course 

by Aaron Sulkin 

What if Creation required committee approval?  


The Beginning of Time 

by Pat Walker 

Peggy and Wally approach their 50th wedding anniversary. 

To celebrate or not to celebrate, that is the question.


The Recital 

by Pat Walker 

The Poetry Recital and Fancy Hat Society is back 

with its annual show, this time a choral reading of three well-known poems. 

But a dance troupe seems to have been scheduled for the rehearsal space at the same time. 

Now what?

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P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S:

 

J u s t   C A L L   8 0 4 - 2 8 2 - 2 6 2 0

 

Tickets are not offered via the website.


Tour Bookings: Pat Walker drpatwalker@aol.com  

 

2013

Posted August, 2013



Jacqueline Jones as Mrs. Tottendale in

 


The Drowsy Chaperone


W i n n e r   o f   5   T o n y   A w a r d s

Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar

Music and Lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison

 

Nov 7 - Dec 21, 2013


Swift Creek Mill Theatre


D i r e c t e d  b y  T o m  W i d t h

M u s i c   D i r e c t i o n   b y   P a u l   D e i s s

C h o r e o g r a p h y   b y   D e n n i s   C l a r k


FEATURING:

 

Man in Chair.................................Richard Koch

Janet Van de Graaf.......................Christie Jackson

Robert Martin..............................Dan Stackhouse

The Drowsy Chaperone.............Nicole Foret Oberleitner

Feldzieg........................................Joe Pabst

Kitty...............................Georgia Rogers Farmer

Mrs. Tottendale..........................Jacqueline Jones

Underling......................................Steve King

George.........................................Paul Major

Gangster 1..................................David Janeski

Gangster 2..................................Evan Nasteff 

Aldolpho..................................Matthew Shofner

Trix...............................Tarnee' Kendell Hudson

Ensemble:

Lucas Hall, Asa Maurer, Sarah White Pruden,& Maggie Roop 


 

Swift Creek Mill Theatre

17401 Jefferson Davis Hwy Colonial Heights, VA 23834

.

P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S :

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J u s t   C A L L  8 0 4 - 7 4 8 - 5 2 0 3

Tickets are not offered via the website at this time.

 

This award-winning musical begins when a die-hard musical-theater fan plays his favorite cast album on his turntable, and the musical literally bursts to life in his living room. It tells the rambunctious tale of a brazen Broadway starlet trying to find, and keep, her true love. Loaded with lively tunes and outrageous characters, this modern crowd-pleaser, with a cast of 18 with a live 8-piece orchestra, is the perfect way to usher in the renovations at the historic Swift Creek Mill Theatre. http://www.swiftcreekmill.com/drowsy-chaperone/ 
 
 
 

Posted August, 2013 

 
Jacqueline Jones Helps Swift Creek Mill Celebrate
THE GRAND REOPENING "New Beginnings" GALA
Swift Creek Mill Theatre ~ November 1-2, 2013
 
 
 
 
 
Posted April, 2013



Jacqueline Jones as Clairee in

 


Steel Magnolias


By Robert Harling

 

July 12 - August 25, 2013

EXTENDED TILL SEPTEMBER 1!


Virginia Repertory Theatre at Hanover Tavern


D i r e c t e d  b y  S t e v e   P e r i g a r d


FEATURING:


 

Jacqueline Jones, Kelly Kennedy, Maggie Roop,

 

Catherine Shaffner, Aly Wepplo, and Joy Williams

With Stage Management by Chase Kniffen

Assisted by Katie, Sassy and Meggie

Virginia Repertory Theatre at Hanover Tavern

13181 Hanover Courthouse Road, Hanover, Virginia 23069

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P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S 

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O R  C A L L  2 8 2 - 2 6 2 0

 

A heart-warming comedy! “Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion,” says Truvy, the sassy hairdresser and owner of her own salon in Chinquapin Parish, the setting for one of America’s favorite comedies. This salon is where six wonderful (and often wacky) Southern women come not only to get their hair done, but also to share stories, recipes, triumphs, and loss. Joining Truvy are Annelle (the wayward young woman who may or may not be married), Clairee (the former mayor’s wife), Ouiser (who claims she is not crazy; she’s just been in a very bad mood for forty years), M’Lynn (the stalwart center of the group), and Shelby (M’Lynn’s daughter, preparing for her wedding day). A delightful and heart-touching comedy about the bonds that hold us together, Steel Magnolias will have you, too, laughing through tears.
 
 
 
 
 
Posted April, 2013


Jacqueline Jones Directs

 

A PASSING FANCY

 

A play in one act

by Caitlin Patricia Kelly and Brianna Kimberly Morgan
 
STARRING:
Al Allen,   Mickey Black,   Jolene Carroll,
Jim Dyk,   Susan Gerber,   Cary Houseman, Jerry Long,
  Anne Carr Regan,   Rod Sterling,  and  Cindy Yuoconis
and Kim Fox on the piano
 
May 30 & 31 at 2:30 pm   and   June 4 & 25 at 7:30 pm
and Touring Richmond Area Senior Communities
 
Tickets are $10. Reservations are suggested. 804-282-2620
For booking info, please contact Pat Walker at DrPatWalkerATaolDOTcom
 
B i f o c a l s
In The Shops at Willow Lawn, 1601 Willow Lawn Drive, Richmond, Virginia 23230
 
"Bifocals Players" produce shows starring actors age 55 and older on the accessible upstairs lobby stage at Virginia Repertory Theatre. All ages are welcome to attend. "Bifocals Players" also tour performances at area senior citizen communities. 
 
Doors open one hour before the performance.
Accessibility: There is an elevator to the second floor stage.
 
A Passing Fancy is set at an early 1900s Independence Day celebration in Prairie Dog Hill.  
This sweet love story features turn of the Twentieth Century classics such as
 
"In the Good Old Summertime"  
     
"I'm Just Wild About Harry"
      
"Bird in a Gilded Cage"
 
"In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree" 
       
"Whatcha Gonna Do When the Rent Comes Round?"
 
"In My Merry Oldsmobile"  
   
"There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight"    
 
"I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen"   
  
and   
   
"Just a Song at Twilight"
 
 
 
Posted August, 2012


Jacqueline Jones Directs

Das Barbecü

Book and Lyrics by Jim Luigs
Music by Scott Warrender

May 3 - May 19, 2013

Henrico Theatre Company at the
Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen
2880 Mountain Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060
.www.artsglenallen.com

It's "Love and Sex and Texas intertwined" in HTC's musical comedy, DAS BARBECÜ, by Jim Luigs and Scott Warrender, with Direction by Jacqueline Jones, Musical Direction by Josh Wortham, & Choreography by Jenny Fralin.

STARRING:
Shannon Brown ☆ Ashley Mitchell ☆ Jim Morgan
Tim Smith ☆ Ann Vannoy
~ Each actor plays a passel of zany Texan characters. ~
Designers
Lights.........................Gretta Daughtrey
Set.................................Kevin Johnson
Costumes.............Shannon McCallister
with
Stage Management..............Joel Ernst

Das Barbecü is Wagner's Ring Cycle condensed to 2 hours & set in Texas. Songs run the gamut from Broadway to Texas swing, from jazz to twangy country and western. Mismatched lovers who meet on the day of their shotgun double wedding, three generations of feuding families, a magic ring of power, wild west lariat tricks, a synchronized swimming revue, a song and dance tribute to the joys of guacamole, and the sweetest two step ever to slide across a stage, all add up to wild comedy.

8:00 PM shows are on
May 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18
2:30 Matinees are on
May 5, 12, 18, 19
Doors open 45 minutes before curtain.
To Purchase tickets
Reservations are suggested.
Ticket prices are $10 for adults and $8 for seniors (55+) and students.
For more information and reservations, please call 804-501-5859.
 
 
Posted September, 2012


Jacqueline Jones as as Mrs. McAndrew and others in

 

Sons of the Prophet

By Stephen Karam
Feb 14 - Mar 9, 2013*
in partnership with Virginia Rep at Theatre Gym
Sons of the Prophet is Cadence Theatre's submission to the 
A Talk Back will follow the 4:00 PM matinee on Sunday, March 3, 2013. 

Directed by Anna Johnson

featuring Ryan Bechard, Kimberly Jones Clark, D.J. Cummings,
Marquis Hazelwood, Jacqueline Jones, Evan Nasteff,
Melissa Johnston Price, and Alan Sader
with Stage Management by Sarah Stepahin and Kimberly Pawlick
Assisted by Reid Kirtley and Taniqua Jones

To Purchase tickets
Call 804-282-2620
Or visit
http://tickets.va-rep.org/single/psDetail.aspx?psn=1205
 
*NOTE: Tue & Thur Shows begin at 7:00,
Fri & Sat Shows begin at 8:00,
Sunday Shows begin at 4:00
 
Finalist for the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Sons of the Prophet, by Stephen Karam (Speech & Debate), is a refreshingly honest take on how we cope with wounds that just won’t heal. If to live is to suffer, then Joseph Douaihy is more alive than most. With unexplained chronic pain and the fate of his reeling family on his shoulders, Joseph’s health, sanity, and insurance premium are on the line. In an age when modern medicine has a cure for just about everything, Sons of the Prophet is the funniest play about human suffering you’re likely to see.
 
“The first important new play of the fall season.”
~ The New York Times
 
“‘Ravishing’ is the best word for Stephens Karam’s new comedy…
At once deep, deft, and beautifully made.”
~ The New Yorker
 
“This is feel-good theater you don’t have to feel bad about later,
mainstream stage entertainment with no aspartame aftertaste.”
~ New York magazine
 
Finalist for the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Drama,
Winner of the 2012 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play,
Winner of the 2011-2012 New York Critics’ Circle Award for Best Play

 

Posted January, 2013


Jacqueline Jones in

Four Fridays in February

BEYOND BARBIE: BREAKING FREE

Transcending Barriers of Mind, Body and Circumstance

Directed by Produced by Dawn Flores with Susan Singer
One Night Only
February 8, 2013 at 7:30 PM

Performance at Unity of Richmond
800 Blanton Avenue ~ Richmond, Virginia 23221
Featuring the work of Jess Lucia with
Lisette Johnson, Jenny Warne and Jacqueline Jones
The evening celebrates, through stories, song and dance,
the lives of women who tapped into their own courage and resilience
when confronted with life's extraordinary challenges.
To Purchase tickets
Tickets are available at the door but purchasing in advance is recommended.

2012

Posted April, 2012


Jacqueline Jones as Linda in

 

Death of a Salesman

By Arthur Miller
EXTENDED!
Nov 15 - Dec 15
including several weekday matinees
call 804-355-2001 for details
1609 West Broad Street ~ Richmond, Virginia 23220
Free Parking across the street at Lowe's


Directed by Rusty Wilson

featuring Gordon Bass, Matthew Bloch, Andrew Boothby,
Maura Burroughs, Heather Falks, Joe Inscoe,  Jacqueline Jones, Dean Knight,
Lauren Leinhaas-Cook, Jay O. Millman, Bill Patton, and Adrian Rieder 
with Stage Management by Sharon Gregory


To Purchase tickets
Call 804-355-2001
Or visit https://www.boxofficetickets.com/go/event?id=188875
 
 
 
Posted June, 2012


Jacqueline Jones as Miss Palmer in

 

Miss Palmer's School of Penmanship and Civil Behavior

By Irene Ziegler

Sunday, August 19, 2012 at 8:00PM, FREE!

The Shop (across the street from Plant Zero Art Center:
On East 4th Street at Hull Street, Richmond, 23224)**

...

Directed by Heather Falks
Starring Jacqueline Jones as Miss Palmer
featuring
Kevin Grantz as ..... George Washington
Charlie Sparks as .......... Gatmasta Phat
Sarah Provencal as ........ Mrs. Randolph
Stephen Ryan as ... Congressman Norge
Raven Wilkes as ......................... Angel
Zachary Campion as...............The Voice
and narrated by Stacey Cabaj

In Miss Palmer's School of Penmanship and Civil Behavior, Priscilla Palmer passionately believes that the decline of civility in America is linked to the decline of our national handwriting. She addresses a class of "civility offenders" whom she believes can be socially rehabilitated by learning proper penmanship. A gangsta-wanna-be, an overly permissive soccer mom, an ill-mannered Congressman and George Washington all challenge her for the elimination of cursive instruction. Wickedly funny and often irreverent, it is also a smart and honest look at civility in our society today.

** DIRECTIONS: The Entrance of The Shop is on the West side of its building. Google Maps actually shows Plant Zero. Stand in front of Plant Zero, look across the street and you'll see rear of The Shop. Cross the street, enter the chain-link gate (it leads to a parking lot) and proceed around to your left to access the front door. There is also a sidewalk on Decator Street that leads to the entrance of The Shop. Park on the street or in the lot. http://goo.gl/maps/Axl4

About The Shop:
The Shop (formerly "the Solvent Space"), located in the Plant Zero complex, is a multi-purpose facility that produces and hosts an array of community programs and events including Sundays@The Shop, facilitated by Heather Falks. Sundays@The Shop provides opportunities for theatre artists to showcase new plays.

More about The Shop:
www.facebook.com/theshoprva

More about Sundays@The Shop:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/398194676875419/



Posted May, 2012


Jacqueline Jones as Mrs. Bradman in

 

Blithe Spirit

By Noël Coward

June 14 - July 21
17401 Jefferson Davis Hwy ~ Colonial Heights, VA 23834
*Please DO NOT ORDER TICKETS ONLINE - it’s broken. Blame the ectoplasm. Use the telephone.  Details below.
...


Directed by Tom Width

featuring Amy Berlin, Jacqueline Jones, Richard Koch, 
John Maddox, Laurel Maughan, Vicki McLeod, and Rebecca Muhleman
with Stage Management by Meg Price
Crew: Kelsey Cappiello, Becky Lussier, Taylor Walls, Stephen West
Lighting Design – Joe Doran                            Costume Design – Maura Lynch Cravey
Sound Design – Paul Deiss                       Set and Special Effects Design – Tom Width

To Purchase tickets call 804-748-5203.
BOGO! Poltergeists prompted a Theatre-Only discount:
$35.00 for TWO tickets through closing 7/21.
TELEPHONE Reservations are required.  Use the Coupon Code BLITHEBOGO.
Rush Tickets at the door are still $20. 
*Please DO NOT ORDER TICKETS ONLINE - it’s broken. Blame the ectoplasm.
Meals are available for an additional fee. Ask the box office.
 



Posted June, 2012


Jacqueline Jones as the First Senator in

 

Coriolanus 

By William Shakespeare
July 15, 2012, 7:30 PM
with a talkback afterward

Virginia Repertory Theatre (formerly Barksdale Theatre)
In The Shops at Willow Lawn
1601 Willow Lawn Drive Richmond, Virginia 23230...

Directed by Billy Christopher Maupin
with Stage Management by Katie Monfet
Assistant Stage Management by Emily Roper
 
Starring Susan Sanford and Alan Sader
and featuring 
Jody Strickler, Molly Hood, and Stacey Cabaj, Alina Collins-Maldanado,
Allison Gilman, Becki Jones, Betzi Hekman, Bryan Lamorena, Carolyn Meade,
Donna Marie Miller, Doug Jones, Emma Mason, Harriett Traylor, Izabela Clarke,
Jacqueline Jones, Jacob Pennington, Jan Powell, Jeanie Rule, Kaye Weinsten Gary,
Laurel Maughan, Lily Hargis, Liz Blake White, Margarette Joyner, Natasha Liu,
Psalm Stephen, Scarlett Black, Starlet Knight

To Purchase tickets
Call 804-282-2620
Or visit the Coriolanus page at Virginia Repertory Theatre
Your stop here at my website makes you eligible for a discount!
Just use Promo Code: CRNCAST and you'll get the $5 rate.  Woohoo!



Posted January, 2012


Jacqueline Jones as Clairee in

 

Steel Magnolias

By Robert Harling

Apr 27 - May 20
21 West Old Street ~ Petersburg, VA ~ 23803
Free Parking in the rear or on the street


Directed by Shanea Taylor

featuring Amy Berlin, Claire Biggers, Carolyn Hayes, Jacqueline Jones, 
Crystal Oakley, and Sarah Roquemore  (Truvy Understudy: Maggie Williams)
with Stage Management by Kellita Wooten


To Purchase tickets
Call 804-957-5707
Or visit Sycamore Rouge Tix


Posted January, 2012


Jacqueline Jones as Laydee Byrd MacBreath in

 

Shakespeare in the Trailer Park

By Mark Covington
Direction by Billy Christopher Maupin

Tuesday, April 10, 2012, 7:30 PM

Richmond Shakespeare's Second Tuesdays Staged Reading Series




Posted February, 2012


Jacqueline Jones as

the Narrator in

Hearts Online

Book by Rebecca E. Jones; Music by Paul R. Bartsch;

Lyrics by Jones and Bartsch

March 4, 2012 - 8:00 PM
Firehouse Theatre Project
www.firehousetheatre.org

Suggested $5 donation. Cash bar available.

Call (804)355-2001 or email boxoffice@firehousetheatre.org to reserve your seat today.

 

Direction by Deejay Gray


A newly revised workshop reading

F e a t u r i n g

 

Audra Honaker, Joe Inscoe, Georgia Rogers Farmer,  
Billy Christopher Maupin,
Brittany Simmons, and Russell Rowland


With Narration by Jacqueline Jones


Can an MGM musical-obsessed Episcopalian find love on a Jewish dating website? Find out in this exciting new musical as we join Rachael and a world of quirky, yet sweet, characters whose hearts are online. Together, they learn that sometimes love is a leap of faith.



Posted June, 2011


Jacqueline Jones directs

 

Almighty Bob

by Tom Mula

Jan 20 - Feb 5, 2012
Chamberlayne Actors Theatre
www.cattheatre.com


 from the playwright's website:
"Bob is being checked into a nursing home. Sometimes he thinks he's God. And sometimes he's right.
Bob has become too much of a handful for his daughter Karen, so they're trying a
trial period at Dr. Wally's nursing home—with miraculous results."

Almighty Bob is CAT's submission to the

Richmond Acts of Faith Festival, 2012

Talk Backs follow the shows on Sunday, January 29 and Saturday, February 4.

 
Bob: Will Vehrs
Charming, funny, powerful, with a huge heart. 
Feisty and energetic, sometimes he thinks he’s G-d. 


Dr. Wally: Chris Yarbrough
Doctor Wallace Krakowski is well-qualified and caring of the residents at Providence,
 a well-tended assisted-living home.  He is not very assertive and is unlucky in love.


JoeyJoJo:  Donald Evans
Death personified: waltzing goth punk with pierces and spiked hair and a man-bag.

Mr. Carmichael:  Myja Thibault
A scrooge who owns the Providence Assisted-living Home
and plans to shut it down for a more profitable business.


Colleen:   Elisabeth Ashby
Fun quirky social worker. The residents at Providence adore her.

Karen:   Donna Marie Miller
Handsome, efficient business woman. Divorced. Bob’s daughter.

Claire: Anne Carr Regan
Attractive geriatric fireball. Walks with a walker.

Multi-Woman:  Scarlett Black
Sexy Nurse Anne, geriatric Mrs. Parrish and crusty cafeteria lady Gladys

Ensemble: Ellen C Bode, Diana Carver, Michelle Black, Mollie Ort & Barbi Partlow
Some Residents and Staff at Providence

2011

Posted October, 2011


Jacqueline Jones as The Narrator in

 

Richmond Shakespeare's Holiday Stories:

"Hershel and the Hannukah Goblins"

Edited by Shirley Kagan

December 13, 2011, 7:30 PM
Richmond Shakespeare ~ Second Tuesdays Staged Readings Series

www.richmondshakespeare.com


Richmond CenterStage in the Gottwald Playhouse


Direction by Shirley Kagan


One of three stories performed in celebration of Christmas, Hannukah and Kwanza.



Posted March, 2011


Jacqueline Jones as Big Mama in

 

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

by Tennessee Williams

Sept. 15 – Oct. 15, 2011 EXTENDED!
Firehouse Theatre Project
www.firehousetheatre.org


Direction by Rusty Wilson


Featuring


Maggie......Laine Satterfield

Brick...........Adrian Rieder

Mae..............Laura Rikard

Gooper.............Larry Cook

Big Mama.....Jacqueline Jones

Big Daddy..........Alan Sader

Reverend Tooker...Dean Knight

Doctor Baugh.....Andy Boothby

Sookey.........Stephanie Hill

and

Matthew Barger, Henry Boyle, and Sarah Katz

as the no-neck monsters


In honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of famed American playwright
Tennessee Williams, The Firehouse Theatre Project is proud to open its
2011-12 season with Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.


     In Tennessee Williams’ stunning masterpiece and Pulitzer Prize winner, a powerful Southern family gathers to celebrate the sixty-fifth birthday of patriarch Big Daddy. The mood is somber, despite the festivities, as the fact that Big Daddy is dying of cancer becomes general knowledge. In a scramble to secure their part of his estate, family members hide the truth about his diagnosis from him and Big Mama. In the center of this rich and timeless portrait of a dysfunctional family, stands Maggie’s passionate and unrelenting fight for the love of her alcoholic husband Brick, who has been on a downward spiral since the suicide of his friend Skipper. His indifference and bitterness gives his weaselly brother Gooper every opportunity to outbid him in the on-going fight for the family fortune, much to Maggie’s dismay, as she has known and feared poverty since childhood. The ensuing stormy confrontations bring to light raw emotions and unexpected demons which threaten to rip apart the family forever.


Posted July, 2011


Jacqueline Jones as

the Narrator, Square Dance Caller,

Self Defense Instructor, and others in

Hearts Online

Book by Rebecca Jones; Music by Paul Bartsch;

Lyrics by Jones and Bartsch

August 14 &15, 2011 - 7:30 PM
Firehouse Theatre Project
www.firehousetheatre.org


Direction by Billy Christopher Maupin


F e a t u r i n g


Bob Albertia Jacob Pennington

Gordon Bass Denis Riva

Stacey Cabaj Russell Rowland

Georgia Rogers Farmer Brittany Simmons

Jim Morgan Dan Stackhouse

Rachel Nahrwold Cooper Timberline


With Narration and additional characters by Jacqueline Jones


Can an MGM musical-obsessed Episcopalian find love on a Jewish dating website? Find out in this exciting new musical as we join Rachael and a world of quirky, yet sweet, characters whose hearts are online. Together, they learn that sometimes love is a leap of faith.

NOTE: Jackie's roles are understudied by Billy Christopher Maupin

Posted July, 2010


Update July, 2011:  Due to a scheduling conflict


Jacqueline Jones will NOT appear as Kimberly in

 

Kimberly Akimbo
Cadence Theatre Company
www.cadencetheatre.org


Directed by Anna Senechal Johnson

Featuring Kim Jones Clark, Sara Heifetz,
Jacqueline Jones, and Eric Williams

Kimberly is a teenager with a progeria, a rare condition that causes her body to age four times faster than it should. When she and her family flee Secaucus, New Jersey under dubious circumstances, Kimberly is forced to reevaluate her life while contending with a hypochondriac mother, a rarely sober father, a scam-artist aunt, her own mortality, and, most terrifying of all, the possibility of first love.




Posted May, 2011


Jacqueline Jones directs

 

Gruesome Playground Injuries
A Dramedy by Rajiv Joseph

Sunday, June 19, 2011 at 7:30PM
Firehouse Theatre Project's Readers' Theatre Series
www.firehousetheatre.org

Starring

Molly Hood as Kayleen

and

Billy Christopher Maupin as Doug

with 

Cooper Timberline as The Narrator

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Two eight-year-olds’ lives collide in the nurse’s office: Doug rode his bike off the roof and Kayleen can’t stop throwing up. As they mature from accident-prone kids to self-destructive adults, their broken hearts and broken bones draw them ever closer.  These two rebels may only be fit for one another.  But how far can one person go to heal another’s wounds?


Excerpt from "An Interview with Rajiv Joseph" by By Mark Bly

Rajiv, what inspired you to write Gruesome Playground Injuries?

Rajiv: I was in a bar with a friend of mine who was retelling me the variety of calamitous accidents that had befallen him over the course of his life, from the time he was very little until the time he was an adult and each of the accidents were equally bizarre. In the course of telling the story to me, he was, in a strange way, charting his own life. I thought, as he was telling me all these crazy stories, how the accidents and the scars that cover one’s body can be a map of one’s existence. That led me to a different line of thinking: What if those same scars and markings not only charted your existence but charted your relationship with someone else? My friend got up to go to the restroom and I took out a piece of paper and wrote down the title of the play. I thought, I don’t know what this play is, but I do know I have an interesting title for it and I do know the idea behind that title. So that’s where it initially came from, and after that it slowly evolved into the story we have now which is this relationship between Kayleen and Doug.



Posted February, 2011

Sneak Peek Video
“Quilters” A Gap Tooth Grin That’ll Steal Your Heart
Richmond Times-Dispatch RAVE
GayRVA RAVE
Style Weekly RAVE


Jacqueline Jones as Sarah in

 

Quilters
March 31 – May 14, 2011
Swift Creek Mill Theatre
www.swiftcreekmill.com

PHOTOS on FACEBOOK

Direction by Tom Width

Musical Direction by Paul Deiss

Featuring Jacqueline Jones as Sarah

with

Katy Burke, Emily Cole, T'Arah Craig,

Audra Honaker, Brittany Simmons, and Ali Thibodeau

and

Drew Perkins on the Fiddle


Quilters tells the story of the westward movement in the US.  A joyous and moving musical celebration of American womanhood, Quilters pays eloquent tribute to the courage and spirit of our nation’s pioneer women.  Joy, pain, laughter and tears form a human patchwork of epic proportions.

 

Posted December, 2010


Jacqueline Jones directs

 

The Henrico Theatre Company

25th ANNUAL ONE-ACT SHOWCASE
.

February 11-27, 2011
.
with Stage Management by Carolyn Hayes

Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen
2880 Mountain Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060
.
www.artsglenallen.com

ADMISSION IS FREE!
All three comedies are performed at every show. .
For Tickets, call the HTC Box Office: 804-501-5859 OR Just Show Up!
Doors open 45 minutes before curtain.

More Details:  804-501-5859

All three playwrights (one is all the way from Texas) were present for a
Talk Back following the 8PM performance on Saturday, February 12.


Performances are Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM with
Sunday matinees - and an additional matinee on Sat, February 26 - at 2:30 PM.


First Place:                Second Place:              Third Place:
Snedekker's 
              Bob's Psycho Analyst    Sense of Security
By Vicki Riba Koestler      By Daniel Crawford         By Dagny J. Collier
.
     starring                     starring                    starring
.
Sam.........Alan Gropper    Bob..........Bob Murphy    Bill.....Daryl Scruggs
Daisy....Barbara Plymale    Helen......Sandy Rogers    Nancy...Laura Bukalski
Amanda...Tonya Pleasants    Margaret.....Pat Walker    Mike........Bob Murphy.
                            Jack.........Mike White    Amanda...Suzanne Nicar
                            Jonathon...Leo Bukalski    Policeman...Mike White

2010

Posted October, 2010


Jacqueline Jones as Nana in


The Velveteen Rabbit


Jacqueline Jones will appear in certain performances.

Jackie's Shows Left: January 7, 2011 - 10:30 AM

in this show that runs November 26 - January 9


A Theatre IV  production at Barksdale, Willow Lawn
D i r e c t e d  b y  Steve Perigard


Xavier Barrett, Gordon Bass, Ronnie Brown,

David Janeski, Robin Harris-Jones, K Strong and

AnnaMarie Rossi OR Jacqueline Jones


A Theatre IV Production at Barksdale Theatre
Located in The Shops at Willow Lawn

1601 Willow Lawn Drive, Suite 301-E

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P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S to public shows

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O R    C A L L    7 8 3 - 1 6 8 8,  extension 1113 (Janine Serreseque)

for tickets to Jacqueline's performances at select weekday student matinees




Posted September 2010




Jacqueline Jones as
Mrs. Fezziwig, Mrs. Beadle, and Little Nell in


A Staged Reading of this irreverent play
by Obie-award winning Christopher Durang


MRS. BOB CRATCHIT'S WILD CHRISTMAS BINGE

Produced by The Firehouse Theatre and Barksdale Theatre
Book & lyrics by Christopher Durang, music by Michael Friedman
Directed by Billy Christopher Maupin
Dec. 19 & 20, 7:30 p.m.


“A rollicking parody!”
- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


“A hilarious success! The show goes in so many wonderfully loony directions at once.”
- Pittsburgh Pulp


“Fiendishly funny...never disappoints. Wild it most certainly is, without apologies.”
- Observer-Reporter


“The show is hilarious, and the audience was crazy!
Seriously, as opposed to laughing, they just screamed at the stage.”
- The Young People’s Guide to Theatre and the Galaxy


After standing-room-only success the past two years, Firehouse Artistic Director Carol Piersol invited Director Billy Christopher Maupin to revive Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge at the Firehouse Theatre. Playwright Christopher Durang reveals Mrs. Cratchit’s transformation in this bawdy staged reading with music and song.

In this departure from Dickens, young Scrooge’s exclamations of “Bah, humbug!” are an undiagnosed “kind of seasonal Tourette’s Syndrome,” and the Ghost of Christmas Past is played by a sassy African-American woman with enough attitude to portray all three spirits (which she does). She tries to show Scrooge his past, present and future in order to change him, but her magic keeps malfunctioning in Durang’s version of the beloved holiday classic, and they consistently find themselves transported to the wrong time and place. Mrs. Bob Cratchit, a minor character in the Dickens, takes center stage here. No longer loving and long suffering, Mrs. Bob is in a rage! As the Ghost loses more control, the plot morphs into parodies of Oliver Twist, “The Gift of the Magi”, and It’s a Wonderful Life. In this rollicking parody, Scrooge’s tale of redemption and gentle grace is placed squarely on its head!

Suggested Donation $10; Students w/Valid ID $5.
Tickets available at the door only.

(Ticket price includes a festive holiday beverage)



Posted September 2010


Jacqueline Jones in

 


The Poetry Recital and Fancy Hat Society

A play in one act

By Pat Walker


A Bifocals Production directed by Pat Walker


featuring



Linda Dudley, Susan Gerber,

Jacqueline Jones and Cindy Yuoconis



1:00 PM  Thurday, November 4 and Friday, November 5, 2010


Barksdale Theatre in The Shops at Willow Lawn,


Tour Schedule (through December 9) Available on Request


Bifocals is a division of Barksdale Theatre


Barksdale Box Office: 282-2620   Tickets: $10

Performance begins at 1:00 PM.
Bring bag lunch if you wish; beverages are available at the bar.
Doors open at 12:00 noon.


Barksdale Theatre is located in
The Shops at Willow Lawn,

1601 Willow Lawn Drive, Richmond, Virginia 23230



Posted August 2010


Jacqueline Jones as Vernadette in

 

The Dixie Swim Club
October 22 - November 7
www.cattheatre.com


Directed by Laurie Follmer

Featuring Sandra Clayton,  Carolyn Hayes,

Jacqueline Jones, Crystal Oakley, and Lelia Pendleton


In an hilarious and touching comedy about friendships that last forever, five southern women, who met on their college swim team, set aside a long weekend every August to catch up. The Dixie Swim Club focuses on four of those weekends and spans a period of thirty-three years.  When fate throws a wrench into one of their lives, these friends rally around with strength and love that takes this comedy in a poignant and surprising direction.



Posted June, 2010


Jacqueline Jones in

 


12th Annual "Yes, Virginia - Dance"


Contemporary Dance Invitational


September 18, 2010
3:00 PM and 8:00 PM

Grace Street Theatre


This yearly event brings together professional dancers and choreographers

in the region for a shared concert in contemporary dance.


www.kdance.org/yesvadance.html



Posted July, 2010; amended August 2010
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* Note the Date Change


Jacqueline Jones as The Porter in

 

The Tragedy of Macbeth
A Gender-Reversed Exploration

Directed by Billy Christopher Maupin

* October 5, 2010, 7:30 PM Gottwald Playhouse


A
Richmond Shakespeare production at Richmond Centerstage

The premiere of Richmond Shakespeare's second season of Second Tuesdays Staged Readings,

"We're shaking it up and putting it on the FIRST Tuesday!"


What if Macbeth's struggle with masculinity were viewed through the eyes of a woman? What resonance might one find if a man were to plead "Unsex me here! And fill me from the crown to the toe topful of direst cruelty"? Or if a female Malcolm says "Dispute it like a man" and a striking young blond woman...  turns to him and says "I shall do so; but I must also feel it as a man." Come find out on October 5, when Melissa Johnston Price steps into this iconic role that is so “steeped in blood,” as she is joined by Brandon Mears (graduate of the Shakespeare Theatre Academy for Classical Acting) as Lady Macbeth, and Molly Hood as Macduff, as well as Kyle Billeter, Jennifer Hammond, Jacqueline Jones, Shirley Kagan, Sarah Legere, Jennifer Martin, Laurel Maughan, Carolyn Meade, Rebecca Anne Muhleman, Meg Price, Jamie Rees, Maggie Roop, Andrea Ross, Russell Rowland, Alan Sader, Jody Strickler, Robert Throckmorton, Ellie Wilson, Annie Zanetti and more! You won’t want to miss this gender-reversed staged reading of one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies.



Posted June, 2010


Jacqueline Jones revives her role as Aida in

 


Over the River and Through the Woods


A comedy by Joe DiPierto.

Nick is a single, Italian-American guy from New Jersey and he sees both sets of his grandparents every Sunday for dinner. This is routine until he has to tell them that he's been offered a dream job - that would take him away from his beloved, but annoying, grandparents. Thus begins a series of schemes to keep Nick around. A hilarious family comedy from the author of the popular I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change


Directed by Joseph Pabst


featuring


Jacqueline Jones, Louise Keeton, Zac Moon,

Jennifer Stanfield, Dan Summey, and Mike White



July 9 - July 25 2010


Henrico Theatre Company at

The Cultural Arts Center in Glen Allen



Henrico Theatre Company Box Office: 804-501-5859  
All performances will be held at The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen at 8 PM, except for Sunday matinees, and an additional performance on Sat, July 24, which are at 2:30 PM.  Reservations are required. Ticket prices are $10 for adults and $8 for seniors (55) and students. 
Doors open 45 minutes before curtain.


The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen

2880 Mountain Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060

Located in northern Henrico County between

Staples Mill Road and Woodman Road, just south of 295.



Posted April, 2010


Jacqueline Jones as Sassy in

 


A Thorn Between Two Roses


by Janet Chenoweth


A Bifocals Production Directed by Barbara Plymale


featuring


Ed Coleman


Jacqueline Jones


Chris Bass Randolph


1:00 PM  Thurday, June 3 and Friday, June 4, 2010


Barksdale Theatre in The Shops at Willow Lawn,


Tour Schedule (through June 25) Available on Request


Bifocals is a division of Barksdale Theatre



A Thorn Between Two Roses


Represents Bifocals in


Virginia Minds Wide Open: Women in the Arts 2010



Barksdale Box Office: 282-2620   Tickets: $10

Performance begins at 1:00 PM.
Bring bag lunch if you wish; beverages are available at the bar.
Doors open at 12:00 noon.


Barksdale Theatre is located in
The Shops at Willow Lawn,

1601 Willow Lawn Drive, Richmond, Virginia 23230



Posted May, 2010


Jacqueline Jones in

 


My Man Godfrey


7:30 PM, June 8 & 9, 2010 - FREE


The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen

2880 Mountain Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060
804-261-ARTS (2787)



A Vintage Radio Play produced by the

On the Air Radio Players


Directed by Art Trotter


featuring Albert Allen, Dan Cranston, Elliot Eisenberg,


Vaughan Gary, Alex Godschalk, Shawn Hambright, Una Harrison,


 Jacqueline Jones, Trevor Kimball, Jonathan Lebolt,


Brian Martin, Courtnay Talbott, and Jessica Wright.



Recorded live and broadcast via podcast


Attendance is FREE.



Posted April, 2010


Jacqueline Jones in

 


Last Wagon West


by Margie Langston


7:30 PM, Tuesday, May 25, 2010



Firehouse Theatre Project


A Readers' Theatre production directed by Keith Fitzgerald


featuring Christina Billew, Eva Chenoweth, Sharon Eney,


Steve Graham, Chandler Hulsey, Jacqueline Jones, 


Adam Mincks, and Woody Robertson.


Tickets: $5 suggested donation; students and RAPT members free with ID.


804-355-2001


Firehouse Theatre Project | 1609 West Broad Street | Richmond, VA 23220



Posted April, 2010


Jacqueline Jones in

 


365 Days/365 Plays Revisited


by Suzan-Lori Parks


8PM Monday, April 26 and Tuesday, April 27, 2010



A K Dance Production at Firehouse Theatre Project


Conceived and directed by Kaye Weinstein Gary and Billy-Christopher Maupin


featuring Kaye Weinstein Gary, Jacqueline Jones,


Billy-Christopher Maupin, Carolyn Meade, Jacob Pennington, 


Maggie Roop, and Jason Sandahl.



Purchase Tickets ONLINE or call 804-355-2001


Firehouse Theatre Project | 1609 West Broad Street | Richmond, VA 23220



Posted October, 2009


Jacqueline Jones as Jack's Mom & The Giant's Wife in

 


Jack & the Beanstalk


Mar 12 - Mar 21, 2010


Theatre IV


D i r e c t e d  b y  B i l l y  C h r i s t o p h e r  M a u p i n


The original 1988 cast returns:


Gordon Bass, Larry Cook, Jenny Hundley,


Jacqueline Jones, and Debra Wagoner


A Theatre IV Production at the Historical Empire Theatre
1 1 4  W e s t  B r o a d  S t r e e t ,   R i c h m o n d ,  V A    2 3 2 3 0

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P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S

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O R  C A L L  3 4 4 - 8 0 4 0



Posted May, 2009


 
Jacqueline Jones as Golda Meir in
 

G O L D A ' S   B A L C O N Y

"a one-woman tour de force that traces the public and personal life of Golda Meir
in order to understand how idealism, power, and strength
can shape the destiny of a nation
"
 
G u e s t   A r t i s t
 
GOLDA'S BALCONY  is part of Richmond's Acts of Faith Festival 2010**

F e b r u a r y  4,  6,  7  &  11,  13,  14  i n  2 0 1 0

Thu 7:30,
*, Sat 7:30, Sun 2:00,

Thu 7:30,
*, Sat 7:30, Sun 2:00

*(No   S h o w s   S h a b b o s :   R   e   s   t)

** Acts of Faith Discussions follow the Sun 2/7 matinee and Thur 2/11 evening shows

2009

Posted May, 2009

 
Jacqueline Jones as Jocelyn in

David Sedaris's
 
THE SANTALAND DIARIES and SEASON'S GREETINGS

December 5 - 27, 2009

with Tommy Schoffler

Purchase tickets by calling 8 0 4 - 9 5 7 - 5 7 0 7


Posted May, 2009


Jacqueline Jones as Barbara Ellen Diggs in

 


THE NEW CENTURY


"Crafty"


Oct 1 - Oct 25, 2009


Richmond Triangle Players


Directed by John Knapp


with Matt Hackman, Michael Hawke,


Jacqueline Jones, Colleen Walsh, and Annie Zannetti


A  Richmond Triangle Players production hosted by  HATTHEATRE at 

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1 1 2 4   W e s t b r i a r  D r i v e,   H e n r i c o ,  V A    2 3 2 3 8 - 5 0 14

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P U R C H A S E   T I C K E T S

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RTP: 804-346-8113     HATT: 804-343-6364

Posted May, 2009

 

Jacqueline Jones as Martha in


Arsenic and Old Lace

June 18 - August 1, '09

www.swiftcreekmill.com


Directed by Tom Width
with Brandon Becker, Jolene Carroll, Jonathan Conyers, Lou Di Lalla,

John Hagadorn, Lucas Hall, Michael Hawke, Jacqueline Jones,

Richard Koch, Justin Lowenhagen, John Storck Maddox,

Vicki McLeod, Woody Robertson, and Tom Width



Posted April, 2009

 

Jacqueline Jones as Mom in

 

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"There's gonna be a general lack of toast in the neighborhood this morning."

--

 

 

 

Directed by Bo Wilson with

David Clark ....................... Lee
Tony Foley .................... Austin
Jacqueline Jones ............ 
Mom
Fern Rivadeneira
............ Saul

Thursday          5/14/09             8pm (preview to benefit VMFA Friends of Art)

OPENING         5/15/09             8pm

Saturday           5/16/08             8pm

Friday               5/22/09             8pm

Saturday           5/23/09             8pm

Sunday             5/24/09             2pm

Friday               5/29/09             8pm

Saturday           5/30/09             8pm

 

Henley Street Theatre Company
The Pine Camp Cultural Arts Center
4901 Old Brook Road
Richmond, Virginia 23227 

Tickets and Details:

True West unfolds the reunion of two brothers in their absent mother's California home. Austin is an Ivy League-educated script writer who is trying to sell a movie script to a Hollywood producer. Quite unexpectedly, his older brother Lee shows up after several years of drifting and grifting his way back and forth across the desert.  As each brother takes measure of the other’s life, jealousy becomes rivalry and the two men lock in a bitter confrontation imagined by one of America’s most acclaimed dramatists. 

Posted February, 2009 

Jacqueline Jones in

 

Life Upon the Wicked Stage:

Actors and Their Stories

 

Conceived and Directed by Billy Christopher Maupin
Music Direction by Matt Mangialetti

Featuring

Andrea Ross, Billy Christopher Maupin, Chloe Williams, Corey Davis,

Dawn Westbrook, Desiree Roots-Centeio, Georgia Farmer, Jacqueline Jones,

Jacqueline O'Connor, Jonathan Perez, AnnaMarie Rossi, Russell Rowland

 

March 9 & 10   8:00 PM

ComedySportz Improv Theatre

7115 Staples Mill Rd. · Richmond, VA 23228 · (804) 266-9377

 

Posted February, 2009 

Jacqueline Jones as Louise in

 

~ ~

Luau at Acorn Acres  FREE    Feb 17,  2009  NOON

 

--

Do lunch with the Richmond  Playwrights Forum at noon on February 17 for a FREE staged   reading of Luau at Acorn Acres, a short comedy about retirement - community living, by local playwright Margie Langston.


Bring a bag lunch and enjoy the show. Feedback / critique from the audience at the conclusion of the reading is welcome.  Show starts at noon and finishes by one - a nice diversion in your day! 

Luau at Acorn Acres

Written and Directed by Margie Langston

A Staged Reading

with

Ellen Bode, Martha Kelley,

Jacqueline Jones, Alice Schriner,
Ken Moretti and Darlene Ligon

 
Free and open to the public.
 
Firehouse Theatre Company
1609 West Broad Street
Richmond, Virginia 23220
 804-355-2001  

Posted November, 2008

 

Jacqueline Jones as Kate Keller in

 

~ ~

A l l   M y  S o n s        January 21 - February 7, 2009

 

--

Arthur Miller’s exceptional play of secrets and lies is the story of the Keller and Deever families. During the war, Joe Keller and Herbert Deever ran a machine shop which made airplane parts. When the firm turned out defective parts which caused the deaths of many men, Deever was sent to prison. Keller, however, went free and made a lot of money. The shadows of this catastrophe, Keller’s pilot son who is MIA during the war, the love affair between Chris Keller and Ann Deever, and the bitterness of Ann’s brother George, dominate this powerful play. 

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 All My Sons

Directed by Sheryle Criswell

with

Skyler Gemmer ....................Bert

Steve Graham ...........Jim Bayliss

Matt Hackman .....George Deever

Jacqueline Jones .......Kate Keller

Dean Knight ..............Chris Keller

Emma Mason ............Ann Deever

Barbi Partlow ............Sue Bayliss

Woody Robertson, Jr....Joe Keller

Debbie Walton ..........Lydia Lubey

Chris Yarbrough ........Frank Lubey

 

 
 
Chamberlayne Actors Theatre
319 North Wilkinson Road
Richmond, Virginia 23227 

Tickets and Details:
804-262-9760 

2008

Posted December, 2008

 

Jacqueline Jones as Mrs. Fezziwig, Mrs. Beadle, and Little Nell in

  

Firehouse Theatre Project | 1609 West Broad Street | Richmond, Virginia 23220

F R E E   P A R K I N G  across the street at Lowes  |  (804) 355-2001

www.firehousetheatre.org

Posted August, 2008

 

Jacqueline Jones as "2nd Violin in

 

 

K Dance  "Yes, Virginia - Dance" 10th Anniversary


The Morpheus Quartet

S e p t e m b e r  1 3   a n d   O c t o b e r  1 1 ,  2 0 0 8 

Four "musicians" (1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Cello, and Viola) each begin relating their dreams simultaneously in darkness. The lights come up as these stories unfold contrapuntally, sometimes intersecting, sometimes veering off into seemingly independent directions, sometimes all clashing together, but ultimately culminating in all four weaving together to finish in a "brief, everlasting moment...[of] perfect[ion]" as in a beautiful symphony.

Director:                B i l l y   C h r i s t o p h e r   M a u p i n
Choreographer:           K a y e   W e i n s t e i n   G a r y     

J e n n i f e r    H a m m o n d ,    S a r a    H e i f e t z ,
J a c q u e l i n e    J o n e s ,    K r i s t e n    S w a n s o n 

Grace Street Theatre

September 13, 3PM & 8PM

934 West Grace Street

Richmond, Virginia 23220

Tickets: 828-2020

The Cultural Arts Center

at Glen Allen

October 11, 8PM

2880 Mountain Road

Glen Allen, VA 23060

Tickets: 804-261-ARTS (2787)

featuring the work of
seven contemporary dance choreographers

including

L  o  r  r  a  i  n  e    C  h  a  p  m  a  n ,
D a n c e   M a g a z i n e ¿ s 
¿ 2  5   t  o   W  a  t  c  h    i  n    2  0  0  8 ¿

K Dance  Producer
Kaye Weinstein Gary, Artistic Director
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More INFO:

804-270-4944  
www.kdance.org

K Dance, a contemporary modern dance company, creates unique, original performance works inspired by monologues and scenes from plays.  Choreographer Kaye Weinstein Gary has been particularly influenced by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein. See firsthand this unusual blend of performance works, including WORKOUT "a stroke of pure choreographic genius" (Richmond Times-Dispatch, Sept. 2007)

K Dance is partially funded by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Posted August, 2008

 

Jacqueline Jones in

Censorship: the war over words

co-hosted by The Virginia Holocaust Museum and ACLU of Virginia

 

K i c k   o f f

B a n n e d   B o o k s   W e e k

 Tuesday, September 23, 2008  7PM

Virginia Holocaust Museum

2000 East Cary Street

Richmond, VA

  Learn more at  8 0 4 . 2 5 7 . 5 4 0 0  or

http://www.va-holocaust.com/events/default.asp

Tolerance through Education

 

        As part of Banned Books Week, writers, actors, and artists will read from the works of authors and intellectuals who at one time or another have had their works censored or challenged or who have been barred from the United States because of their political views.  Jacqueline Jones will read Lois Lowry¿s Newbery Medal award-winning Number the Stars.

 

Emceed by ACLU of Virginia Executive Director Kent Willis, the program includes: Prologue to Dario Fo's play Elizabeth, Almost by Chance a Woman, read by Paul Fleisher, Author and Educator; Excerpt from Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, read by Linda Goodman, Storyteller; Excerpt from Gabriel Garcia Marquez's 1982 Nobel lecture and Pablo Neruda's Investigations , read by Jane Crouse, Universal Storyteller; Excerpt from Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses, read by Rena Berlin, Director of Education Virginia Holocaust Museum; Excerpt from Nelson Mandela's address to a South African court, read by Felicia "Transition" Winston, Spoken Word Artist; Excerpt from Jack London's The Iron Heel read by Virginia Pye, Author; Tariq Ramadan's op-ed, "What You Fear Is Not Who I Am" read by Dr. Jon Kukla, Author/Historian;  Excerpt from Lois Lowry's Number the Stars, read by Jacqueline Jones, actor.  This event was chaired by Elizabeth T. Wong, Public Education Coordinator ACLU of Virginia and Timothy Hensley, Librarian Virginia Holocaust Museum.

Posted August, 2008

 

Jacqueline Jones in

 

RAGTIME: THE MUSICAL IN CONCERT

Stage 1 Theatre Company announces RAGTIME: THE MUSICAL IN CONCERT, a one-night-only 08/09 Inaugural Season fundraising gala.  Called ¿A triumph for the stage¿ by Time Magazine, RAGTIME IN CONCERT will star Jerold E. Solomon, currently appearing on Broadway in the Tony®-Winning South Pacific, as Coalhouse Walker, Jr., Desiree Roots Centeio, renowned theatre and jazz vocalist, as Sarah and Richmond Musical Theatre headliner Debra Wagoner as Mother.  Joining these headliners will be Richmond stars Robyn O¿Neill, Jan Guarino, Michael Hawke, Robert Throckmorton, Christopher M. Stewart, Richard Koch, Robert Albertia, Mark Persinger, James E. Opher, Eric Pastore and Lillie Izo.  The concert staging will boast a full orchestra and an ensemble of over 50 voices led by Musical Director Sherri A. Matthews and Director Chase Kniffen.

 

Tuesday, October 7 at 7:00 PM

The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen

2880 Mountain Road

Glen Allen, VA 23060

 

TICKETS   $50  General Admission Seating and Post-Show Dessert & Champagne Reception



With Ingrid Alli, Brett Ambler, Alia Bisharat, Corey Davis, Robert Fuhrman, Lucas Hall, Audra Honaker, Jacqueline Jones, Katrinah Lewis, Deborah D Lynch, Billy Christopher Maupin, Tom McGranahan, Terri Moore, Cathy Motley-Fitch, Philip Riley, Maggie Roop, Ali Thibodeau, Lynn West, Chloe Williams, Chris Withers

More Info:  www.stage1-theatrecompany.org 

Call:             Stage 1 Box Office 804.427.7548

Visit:            Stage 1 Theatre Company

                      9130 Dickey Drive

                      Mechanicsville, VA 23116

Posted July, 2008

 

Jacqueline Jones as General Cartwright in

 

 

 G U Y S  AND  D O L L S

June 13 - August 17, 2008

   This toe-tapping Broadway favorite tells the story of some small time gamblers and the ladies in their lives. When Nathan Detroit bets his pal Sky Masterson that he can make the next woman he sees fall madly in love with him, that woman turns out to be prim missionary Sarah Brown. The stage is set for an evening of high spirited entertainment full of laughter, love and song, including favorites, ¿Sit Down You¿re Rocking the Boat¿ and the show stopping ¿Luck be a Lady¿!  This Barksdale production is presented at the Historic Empire Theatre.

Performances at The Historic Empire Theatre 114 West Broad Street Richmond, VA 23221

Director/Choreographer: Patti D'Beck with Music Direction by Sandy Dacus

Desiners Lynne M. Hartman, Ron Keller, Sue Griffin, Derek Dumais and Stage Management by Wendy Vandergrift featuring

Rachel Abrams, Ingrid Alli, Jody Ashworth, David Malachai Becker, Katie Bradley, Alex Buckner, John Kenneth DeBoer, Jimmy Glidden, Joel Grow, Robert Johnson, Jacqueline Jones, Kathleen Legault, Elliot Lau, Rita Markova, Jason Marks, Maggie Marlin, Landon Nagel, Mary Page Nance, Mark Persinger, Derek Phipps, Maggie Roop, Drew Seigla, Alec Stephens III, Christopher M. Stewart, Scott Wichmann, John Winn

More INFO and Tickets: (804) 282-2620   www.BarksdaleRichmond.org  

Posted February, 2008 

 

Jacqueline Jones Directs

 

 

Henrico Theatre Company's 

Breakfast with Les and Bess 

Runs May 2 - May 18, 2008

at the

Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen

More Info: 501-5859 or 501-5115

 

With Jay McCullough, Terri Moore, Elizabeth Popp,

 Daryl Scruggs, Nathan Verilla, and Robert Watkins 

Posted January, 2008

 

Jacqueline Jones in the Gender-bending role of Don John

  

Much Ado About Nothing

March 6 - 29, 2008

   Young lovers Hero and Claudio are to be married in one week. To pass the time, they conspire with Don Pedro to set a "lover's trap" for Benedick, an arrogant confirmed bachelor, and Beatrice, his favorite sparring partner. Meanwhile, the evil Don Jon conspires to break up the wedding by accusing Hero of infidelity. In the end, it all turns out to be "much ado about nothing." The play boasts one of Shakespeare's most delightful heroines, most dancing wordplay, and the endearing spectacle of intellectual and social self-importance bested by the desire to love and be loved in return. It offers both the dancing wit of the "merry war" between the sexes, and a sobering vision of the costs of that combat for both men and women. Shakespeare dramatizes a social world in all of its vibrant particulars, in which characters are shaped by the relations between social convention and individual choice.

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 Performances at

The Pine Camp Arts

& Community Center
4901 Old Brook Rd
Richmond, VA 23227

 

Images provided by HSTC

   Directed by Tyrus Lemerande
     with

 Suzanne  Ankrum, Raven Bonniwell , Amanda  Curren,

       Billy  Finn,        Bonnie  Gabel,     Gordon  Jenkins,

Jacqueline  Jones,  Dean  Knight,          Jerry Long,

   Josh  Lusch,       Kerry  McGee,     Thomas  Nowlin,

Alex  Previtera,   Michael  Sater, & Shalandis  Wheeler

More INFO: (804) 340-0115   www.henleystreettheatre.org

Posted January, 2008

 

Jacqueline Jones as The Queen Mother in

  

 

 

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Based on the illustrated book by Diane Stanley; Music & Lyrics by Tim Battle; Book & Lyrics by Robert Neal Marshall; Additional Music and Arrangements by Jason Brown.

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Historic Empire Theatre

 

114 West Broad Street

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Richmond, VA

.

 

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January 25 - February 10, 2008

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Who would have guessed that Rumpelstiltskin would marry the Miller¿s Daughter? Or, that they would have a daughter who could spin magic of her own? With courage, wit, and some ingenious tricks, Rumpelstiltskin's Daughter changes a greedy king and saves an entire kingdom. This wacky and wonderful new musical has been described as a "stylistic cross between Disney's Beauty & the Beast and Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods."

 .........................................

 

Directed by Dawn Westbrook

Musical Direction by Julie Fulcher

.

with

.

Corey Davis,

Gigi Galiffa,

Ryan Gary, 

Matt James,

David Janeski,

Jacqueline Jones,

Richard Koch,

Billy Christopher Maupin,

Cathy Motley-Fitch,

Thomas Nowlin,

and Jacqueline O'Connor

or Maggie Roop .

.

More INFO: 344-8040    www.theatreivrichmond.org .

 

2007

Posted November, 2007

See Jacqueline Jones in TWO shows!

. . . as Miss Shields in


The Historic

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A Christmas Story

November 30 - December 23, 2007

Empire Theatre
114 West Broad Street
Richmond, Virginia

CALL:     804-344-8040    OR
  
Purchase Tickets Online

Single tickets: $32. Discounts: Seniors, students (13-18 yrs), & Ukrops cardholders $29. Children (12 & under) & groups of 15 or more $24. (Each person must have a ticketed seat - no unpaid children in laps).

*Jackie's Schedule:
 Opening Night:    Nov. 30, 7:00 PM
 Friday Night:          Dec. 14, 7:00 PM
 Weekdays:   11/30 - 12/14, 10:30 AM

By Philip Grecian;
        Based on the classic motion picture Written by Jean Sheppard,
Leigh Brown and Bob Clark

     A first-ever Richmond stage production of an endearing holiday film favorite! This classic tale is true to the original film which for many years has amused and warmed so many hearts. Set in the 1940s, it is the story of a middle-class Indiana family at Christmas time. Young Ralphie is on a quest for the Holy Grail of Christmas presents: "a genuine Red Ryder 220-Shot Carbine Action Air Rifle." You'll recognize all the beloved scenes such as Ralphie in atrocious pink bunny pajamas and a classmate's tongue frozen to the school flag pole. A Christmas Story is the comic relief you'll need during a hectic holiday season!

Directed by Chase Kniffen
with
Gordon Bass, Eric Evans, Tony Foley,
Julie Fulcher, Chandler Hurd,
Lillie Izo, Eric Pastore, Lyla Rossi,
Michael Thibodeau, Cooper Timberline &
Jacqueline Jones*  OR   AnnaMarie Rossi


MORE INFO: www.theatreivrichmond.org

. . . and Jacqueline Jones as Mrs. Clement Moore in

Science Museum of Virginia
2500 West Broad Street, Richmond VA

###

Twas the Night

Before Christmas

By Clement Clarke Moore
December 1 - January 1

Dec. 1 - Jan. 1
Saturdays & Sundays
1:00 PM & 3:00 PM
Weekdays:
Dec. 24, 26, 27, 31 & Jan. 1
3:00 PM
(With additional weekday
groups-only bookings)

Tickets: $10 for general admission; $9 per person for members and groups with advance reservations.

 Call 804-864-1400 or
toll-free 1-800-659-1727


Twas the Night …
is part of SMV's Annual


Nov 19 - January 1
Joy From The World

   ###

   Make your holiday absolutely unforgettable by experiencing a timeless Victorian Christmas tradition.  Meet the author of "Twas the Night Before Christmas," Clement Clarke Moore. Enjoy some holiday cuisine, conversation and carols with Moore's Family in the Victorian setting of the Eureka! Theater lobby. Next enter the Eureka! Theater where you'll join Moore in his living room for his dramatic reading of his famous holiday poem. This special CSTC holiday event is part of the museum's annual Joy From The World celebration and is appropriate for family audiences of all ages.

  with

Larry Gard
Jacqueline Jones
Maggie Roop
Stephen Seals
 

MORE INFO: www.smv.org

Posted October, 2007

Jacqueline Jones in 

365 days / 365 plays logo

365 Days / 365 Plays
by Pulitzer Prize winner
Suzan-Lori Parks

October 22 at 8 pm

at Willow Lawn

Barksdale, in Association with K Dance,
presents "Week 50"

In November, 2002, Pulitzer Prize winner Suzan-Lori Parks had the idea to write a play a day for a year. These plays are called 365 Days / 365 Plays. Some plays are very short, less than a page. Others last forever. The 365 National Festival is a yearlong grassroots world premiere in communities across the US and beyond. For more information about this national event, please visit http://barksdalerichmond.org/365.html

Posted October, 2007

 

Jacqueline Jones as "Ma Smith"

Schewels Furniture Spots

 

What:

 

Jacqueline Jones as "Ma Smith" in Schewel Furniture Ads

 

Who:

 

Garet Chester, Jacqueline Jones, and Ellie St. John

 

Where:

 

Radio in Schewel Furniture Regions

 

Listen:

Schewels Furniture Radio Spot 

 

Posted September, 2007

RAISED over $3500 !

 

"Support Equality in Virginia"

 

Monday, October 1, 2007
Firehouse Theatre
1609 West Broad Street
Cash Bar Reception 6:30
Showtime 7:30
General Admission $30
Patron Reserved Seating $60
Park free across from the theatre at Lowes

 

 

 

Kim Jones Clark produces a dynamic variety show to benefit

 Equality Virginia's Political Action Committee. 

The production features the talents of

David  Bridgewater,   Amy  Henderson,   Joe  Inscoe,  

 Jacqueline  Jones,    Elliott Lau,    Katrinah  Lewis,    Jason  Marks,

 Billy Christopher  Maupin,   Robyn  O'Neill,   Debra  Wagoner  Pabst, Joseph  Papa,  and  Derek  Phipps

under  the  Musical Direction of  Jimmy  Hicks,

 

 


To reserve your tickets please contact:
Kim Jones Clark (804.330.4566),
James Parrish (
jcpjr1@hotmail.com),
Joseph Papa (
joseph.papa@lva.virginia.gov ),
Richard Schultz (
rshokie85@verizon.net), or
Equality Virginia (804.643.4816)

 

 

To learn more about Equality Virginia, visit http://www.equalityvirginia.org/site/pp.asp?c=dfIIITMIG&b=132638

 

 

Posted August, 2007

 

Jacqueline Jones as Helga Ten Dorp in 

 

 

 

book cover of 

Deathtrap 

by

Ira Levin

 

Info/tickets: 804-282-2620

http://www.barksdalerichmond.org/hanover.html#death

 

 

DEATHTRAP

Barksdale Theatre at Hanover Tavern

 

September 14 – October 21

 

Sidney Bruhl is a middle-aged playwright famous for his oh-so-clever whodunits, but he hasn't had a hit in twenty years. When one of his former students sends him the only draft of a new murder mystery, Sidney devises a plan to ensure his own fortune. Will Sidney's scheme lead him back to Broadway? Will the student be the victim of malicious jealousy? Will Sidney's wife be able to withstand the horror in her household? Will the eccentric psychic who is visiting Sidney's neighbors unearth the nastiness next door? Only one answer is certain: missing this classic Broadway thriller would be a deadly mistake.

 

Directed by John Moon

Stage Managed by Brad Tuggle

Assisted by Alex Whiteway

 

with

 

Robin Arthur, Christopher Evans,

Michael Goodwin, 'Rick Gray and

Jacqueline Jones

~

 

 

Posted August, 2007                       RAISED over $2000 !

Jacqueline Jones Sings in

Into the Woods Gives Back

August 4 Midnight and August 7, 8:00 PM

 

"Into the Woods Gives Back" benefited the
(scroll down to "Into the Woods Gives Back")  
and raised over $2000.00
See the group numbers on YouTube:
 
"A New World" (Opening) 
 
 
"Sit Down You're Rockin' the Boat"
 
 
"I Feel Pretty"
 
 
"Run Freedom Run" (Closing)

 

 

 

Posted August, 2007                              RAISED $2000 !

Jacqueline Jones Sings in

Into the Woods Gives Back

August 4 Midnight and August 7, 8:00 PM

 

Please join me on Tuesday, August 7 at 8:00 PM at the family-friendly "Into the Woods Gives Back" Cabaret at Barksdale: Willow Lawn.  Tickets are available at the door or in advance at 282-2620. 

 

All the performers are donating our time and talents to benefit the Richmond Theatre Artists Fund, a program of the Richmond Alliance for Professional Theatres (RAPT) and the Community Foundation. The Richmond Theatre Artists Fund helps with the emergency needs of metro Richmond theatre artists who are confronted by insurmountable financial challenges due to major illness or some other tragedy beyond their control.

 

Prior to the establishment of the endowed fund, the theatre community raised emergency funds on a case by case basis. For example, we have raised tens of thousands of dollars to:

 

~ provide new housing for an actor with AIDS who lost his job and was thrown out onto the street when his condition was disclosed,

 

~ make mortgage payments for a lifelong theatre administrator who was about to lose her home as her husband (a theatre tech director) struggled for more than a year with brain cancer,

 

~ help a director who had emergency quadruple bypass heart surgery meet his medical expenses and mortgage payments, and

 

~ pay for critical medications for a cherished actress fighting against terminal cancer.

 

Bruce Miller, Barksdale/Theatre IV Artistic Director, was in Saturday's Midnight audience and summarized the evening's events in the "Barksdale Buzz."

http://thebarksdalebuzz.blogspot.com/search/label/Theatre%20Artists%20Fund

 

Posted June, 2007

 

Jacqueline Jones as Jack's Mother in

 

 

 

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Book by James Lapine

 

 

 Barksdale Theatre

June 15 – August 12

 

 

Info/tickets: 804-282-2620 

http://www.barksdalerichmond.org/woods.html

 

 

Into the Woods

June 15 – August 12

 

Are you certain what you wish is what you want? Sondheim’s brilliant music—together with bakers, witches, and vain handsome princes straight out of the Brothers Grimm—vividly illustrates the potential for treachery in our innermost wishes. An ambivalent Cinderella? A bloodthirsty Little Red Riding Hood? A Prince Charming with a roving eye? A Witch...who raps? They're all among the cockeyed characters in James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim's fractured fairy tale. When a Baker and his Wife learn they've been cursed with childlessness by the Witch next door, they embark on a quest for the special objects required to break the spell, swindling, lying to and stealing from Cinderella, Little Red, Rapunzel and Jack. Everyone's wish is granted at the end of Act One, but the consequences of their actions return to haunt them. What begins as a lively irreverent fantasy in the style of The Princess Bride becomes a moving lesson about community responsibility and the stories we tell our children. Into the Woods is a rare and moving musical theatre classic.

 

Directed by Robin Arthur

Musical Direction by Jimmy Hicks

 

with

 

Rachel Abrams, Ford Flannagan, Audra Honaker, Amy Hruska, Jacqueline Jones, Katrinah Lewis,

Rita Markova, Robyn O'Neill, Steve Perigard,

Zak Resnick, Kim Reuter, Russell Rowland,

Drew Seigla, Craig Smith, Harriett Traylor,

Eric Williams, and Hannah Zold

~

 

 

Posted April, 2007

 

Jacqueline Jones as Letitia Peabody Primrose in

  

 

Book and lyrics by

 Betty Comden and Adolph Green

Music by Cy Coleman.

 

Henrico Theatre Company Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen

 

Musicians

Cole Baty, Doug Draucker, Keith Hanlon, & Lisa Sullivan 

 

 Stage Management:

Joseph Papa  with  Alan Perrow & Kim Schenk

On the Twentieth Century

May 4 – 20 

On the "Twentieth Century," a fabulous luxury train, are Oscar Jaffe, the flamboyant but sinking impresario with four flops in a row, and Lily Garland, Hollywood star and former Jaffe protégé. A rival producer, a wealthy religious nut, Oscar's henchmen, and various passengers and crew members add zest to the merry, madcap journey.

 

Directed by Robert Throckmorton.

Vocal Direction: Jimmy Hicks, Musical Direction: Tim Brewster

 

with

 

Amy Berlin, Emily Carveth, Earle Elaine Draucker, Jenny Fralin, Greg Frazee, Richard Halenda, Rick Jaeger, Jacqueline Jones, Marty Manuel, Jay McCullough, Scott Melton, Erica-Sayre Moll, Bobbie Moore, Terri Moore, Randy Patton, Dale Rambo, Lee Rettig, Tiffany Shifflett, Michael White, & Taylor Williams 

 

May 4 – 19

Thursdays, Fridays, & Saturdays 8:00 PM

May 6 - 20

Saturdays, Sundays 2:30 PM

$8 adults;

$6 senior citizen (55+) and students.
Info/tickets: 804-501-5859 or 804-501-5115

 

 

Posted January, 2007

Jacqueline Jones in  

 

Swift Creek Mill Theatre

Colonial Heights, VA http://www.swiftcreekmill.com/

    804-748-5203

 Flowers for Algernon

By David Rogers from the novel by Daniel Keyes
January 31 - March 17, 2007

The compelling story of mentally-challenged Charlie Gordon, the willing victim of a strange experiment with a mouse named Algernon….a surgical experiment that promises to increase his intelligence dramatically.  Poignant, funny, tragic, and full of hope for the indomitable spirit of man.

Paul Deiss as Charlie

with

'Rick Gray, Audra Honaker, Jacqueline Jones, 
Lisa Kotula, Jen Meharg, Jeff Meisner, 
Adam Minx, Tom Width, Joy Williams

2006

Posted November, 2006

Over the River and Through the Woods

By Joe DiPietro

"Truly Delightful!

The performances in the Tavern Production

 make this show sparkle with laughter.

 It made my better half and me laugh a lot

and it warmed our hearts! 

It's in the Spirit of the Season."

Frank Creasy, Richmond VA Theatre

 

"Remarkable!

Over the River ¿ is a delightful trip to take.

Never less than lovable.  Warm and welcome.

A nicely modulated script and a skillful cast.

Warmly funny and authentic."

David Timberline, STYLE Weekly

 

"Terrific!

A gem of a production.

David Bridgewater delightfully throws himself

into the character.  Matthew Costello, Jackie Jones and Jolene Carroll are all delightful.

Lights up Hanover Tavern!"

John Porter, WCVE FM

 

"Charming!

Repeatedly amused the opening-night audience.

Sharply tuned performances!

Director Bruce Miller does the play justice and then some.

Pleasant.  Funny.  Attractive."

Susan Haubenstock

The Richmond Times-Dispatch

Barksdale Theatre at Hanover Tavern 
EXTENDED through January 14!

November 16, 2006 ¿ January 7, 2007
Barksdale Theatre at Hanover Tavern

          

with

David Bridgewater, Jolene Carroll, Christopher Clawson,

Matthew Costello, Stephanie Dray, and Jacqueline Jones

Nick Cristano sets out to tell both sets of Italian grandparents big news about his promotion... without planning to stay for dinner. Big mistake! How can he break the news to his family that he'll have to move out of town? Famiglia and tradition hold sway in this funny and touching comedy, and Nick is in for a boisterous feast of an evening as the older generation cooks, cajoles and even invites a nice girl to share in the meal! Nick struggles to stay true to both his family and himself, but by the end of a hilarious evening around the table, he'll know and love his family even more. From the author of the popular I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change. Full priced Tickets are $38.
See the full performance schedule / Purchase tickets online.

www.BarksdaleRichmond.org
Or call 804-282-2620

 

Posted August, 2006

Jacqueline Jones in Unwrap Your Candy

as "Ms. Haviland" in Wildwood Park  &

as "The Mother" in Lot 13: The Bone Violin

 

What:

 

Jacqueline Jones in staged readings of early Doug Wright one-acts, two of which ended up in ¿Best American Short Plays.¿  These one-acts run as an embellishment to Firehouse's production of Wright's I Am My Own Wife.

 

Who

Douglas Jones, Jacqueline Jones, Jacqueline O'Connor,

Granville Scott, Charles Wax

 

Where:

 

Firehouse Theatre Project  Richmond, Virginia 804-355-2001

 

When:

 

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

 

More Information:

 

http://firehousetheatre.org/events/item/unwrap-you-candy/

 804-355-2001

 

 

Posted July, 2006

 

Jacqueline Jones as "Mrs. Boyle" in Agatha Christie's

The Mousetrap

 

What:

 

Jacqueline Jones as "Mrs. Boyle" in The Mousetrap

 

One hit leads to another, and no hit can top this classy thriller from Agatha Christie, the grand dame of suspense. Now in its 54th incredible year on London¿s West End, The Mousetrap is the world¿s longest running play, and it continues to enthrall, entertain and thrill audiences from every corner of the globe. In her own inimitable style, Dame Christie has created a gallery of fascinating characters, an atmosphere of shuddering suspense, and a brilliantly intricate plot where murder lurks around every corner, and no one guesses whodunnit until the final curtain falls. A group of strangers stranded at a country inn must contend with a murderer in their midst. As a snow storm rages outside and the phone lines go down, past lives and secrets are bared, and everyone struggles to protect themselves and identify the guilty party before it¿s too late. An invigorating thrill ride from start to finish, The Mousetrap is a must-see classic for anyone interested in world-class entertainment.

 

Who

Molly Beilhart, Matthew Costello, Tony Foley, Daingerfield Henley,

David Janeski, Jacqueline Jones, Daren Kelly, Joseph Pabst,

Angela Shipley

 

Where:

 

Barksdale Theatre at Hanover Tavern,  Hanover, VA 804-282-2620  

 

When:

 

September 8 ¿ October 15 , 2006

 

More Information:

 

www.barksdalerichmond.org  804-282-2620

 

Posted August, 2006

 

Jacqueline Jones as "Ouiser" in Steel Magnolias

 

What:

 

Jacqueline Jones as "Ouiser" in Steel Magnolias

 

"The lively patrons and employees of Truvy¿s beauty salon in suburban Louisiana show their indomitable strength and character in the face of personal tragedy. Alternately hilarious and touching, this story of six Southern women has always met with immediate critical and popular acclaim."

 

Who:

 

Jolene Carroll, Audra Honaker, Jacqueline Jones,

Vicki  McLeod, Joy Williams, Stephanie Zabner-Hodgkiss

 

Where:

 

 

Swift Creek Mill Theatre, Colonial Heights, VA 804-748-5203

When:

Through August 12, 2006

 

More Information:

 

 

804-748-5203  http://www.swiftcreekmill.com/

Posted July, 2006 

Jacqueline Jones in New Voices for the Theatre's

The Really Big Important Test by Zachary Dalton

 

What:

 

Jacqueline Jones: Professional Influence to a Student Playwright

 

Who

Roy Boyd, Thomas Cunningham, Jacqueline Jones, Jillian Resnick,  Maggie Roop, Jase Smith

 

Where:

 

 

Firehouse Theatre Project  804-355-2001

When:

July 15, 2006, 2:00 PM

 

More Information:

 

New Voices for the Theatre  804-788-5450

 

 

Posted June, 2006

 

Jacqueline Jones as "Ms Led"

Cavalier Telephone & Internet Spots

 

What:

 

Jacqueline Jones as "Ms Led" in Cavalier Ads

 

Who:

 

Jacqueline Jones & Garet Chester

 

Where:

 

Television and Radio

 

When:

Ongoing

 

 

May, 2006

 

Jacqueline Jones as "Willa Mae Wilcox" in

A Bad Year for Tomatoes

 

What:

 

Jacqueline Jones as "Willa Mae Wilcox" in  

            A Bad Year for Tomatoes

 

Who

 

David Atkins, Laura Bukalsky, Jenny Fralin, Rick Jaeger, Jacqueline Jones, Crystal Oakley, and Woody Robertson

 

Where:

 

Cultural Arts Center in Glen Allen: Henrico Theatre Company,

Glen Allen, VA

 

When:

 

 

May 5-21, 2006

More Information:

 

http://www.co.henrico.va.us/rec/  804-501-5859

 

January, 2006

Jacqueline Jones as "Jillian" in Birth

 

What:

Jacqueline Jones as "Jillian" in Birth

 

Who

 

Tiffany Jana, Jacqueline Jones, Jennifer Krisch, Precious Leontyne, Mary McMillan, Marcia Quick, and Jessica Smith

 

Where:

 

 

Firehouse Theatre Project, Richmond, VA

When:

 

January 12-22, 2006

More Information:

 

804-355-2001; http://www.firehousetheatre.org/,  www.birththeplay.com

 

2005

November, 2005

 

Jacqueline Jones in Das Barbecu

 

What:

 

Jacqueline Jones as "a passel of characters" in Das Barbecu

 

Who

Robin Arthur, Jacqueline Jones, Jason Marks, Debra Wagoner Pabst, and Derek Phipps 

 

Where:

 

 

Swift Creek Mill Theatre, Colonial Heights, VA

When:

 

November 4, 2005 – January 7, 2006

More Information:

 

804-748-5203;  http://www.swiftcreekmill.com/

 

August, 2005

 

Jacqueline Jones in Lucky Stiff

 

What:

 

Jacqueline Jones as a variety of sillies in Lucky Stiff

 

Who

Brandon Becker, Jeff Clevenger, Debra Clinton, Audra Honaker, Jacqueline Jones, Kim Jones-Clark, Jason Marks, Jeff Meisner,

Joe Pabst, and Andy Resnick

 

Where:

 

 

Swift Creek Mill Theatre in Colonial Heights, VA

When:

 

August 26, 2005 – October 29, 2005

More Information:

 

804-748-5203;  http://www.swiftcreekmill.com/