The New Jersey Repertory Company is proud to announce that it is the recipient of a 2011 Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Award for the world première production of Jack Canfora's Jericho, directed by Evan Bergman.
Jericho was recently selected to be read at the National New Play Network Showcase of New Plays in Denver, Colorado, and will receive Rolling World Premieres starting with NJ Rep's production, followed by productions at Phoenix Theatre in Indianapolis, and Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota.
Rehearsals begin on or around September 12. Although some of the rehearsals will be held in NYC, the bulk of the rehearsals will be at NJ Rep in Long Branch, NJ.
Performances are October 13 through November 13, 2011 at the New Jersey Repertory Company, 179 Broadway, Long Branch, NJ.
Set in Manhattan and its suburbs, Jack Canfora's Jericho is a thought-provoking comic-drama that explores how people cope with collective and personal tragedy. Canfora's characters are touchingly human, struggling to learn what it means to belong to another person and to a larger community, all while figuring out how to meet their own needs. With surprising humor, Jericho undertakes some of the larger and more troubling questions of American life without forgetting that every struggle, even political ones, is ultimately personal.
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NJ Rep operates under an SPT Tier 4 contract with Actor's Equity which includes health and pension. Housing provided for out-of-town actors. Equity and Non-Equity actors may audition.
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