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ANNOUNCING
SEASON 2015


ROBERT JM PRODUCTIONS


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Individual Ticket Price - $17
Season Ticket Price -$55
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Purchase a season ticket for all four plays at Actors Warehouse Studio
*Does not include Beneath the Zipper*
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4play

A collection of four short diverse plays; one gay, one lesbian, one transgender and one bi-sexual story about life, love and a very bad wish.
Jan. 23,24, 30,31, Feb. 6,7
Location: Actors Warehouse Studio

frogville
Marriage equality has passed in Oklahoma and when two men want to get married in the small town of Frogville, all heck breaks out and a panic ensues.
Mar. 6,7,13,14,20,21
Location: Actors Warehouse Studio

mr and mister
A gay drama set in the 1860's about a school teacher and a rancher who fall in love and try to hide their feelings from their friends and each other.
April 3,4,10,11,17,18
Location: Actors Warehouse Studio

parade
Queer things happen on Pride day to a family who celebrate the "gay" holiday in a different and twisted way.
May 15,16,22,23,29,30
Location: Actors Warehouse Studio

zipper
The penis celebration unzips for another round of fun, condoms and laughter in this all male comedy.
July 24,25,31, Aug. 1,7,8
Location: The Boom Dinner Theatre


 If you're interested in being a part of
Robert JM Productions in 2015
as an actor, crew member, designer
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mr and misterMR. AND MISTER PLACES IN PLAYWRITING COMPETITION
FUNDED BY THE ARCH AND BRUCE BROWN FOUNDATION

Robert Matson's period gay drama, MR. AND MISTER,received 2nd place in the playwriting competition funded by The Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation. He was awarded a $1,500 cash prize for his play.

"I was so thrilled to hear the news," says Matson, "I've been writing my own plays for over 25 years and submitting and submitting to competitions until this finally happened."
MR. AND MISTER, is a gay drama set in the 1860's. The play tells the story of two men, a school teacher and a rancher, who try to fight their feelings for each other.  It is a place and time when homosexuality wasn't even a word as the two men discover who they really are.

The Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation, based out of New York, holds yearly literary competitions for works that concern LGBT (lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender) life and that are based on, or inspired by, a historical person, culture, event or work of art.

"There were over 250 submissions to this competition and I feel very fortunate and honored to even place," he says, "Everyone who was a part of this production and has seen it, kept telling me that this was one of my best works  so I took a chance and I'm glad I did."  Robert Matson chatted with the President of the foundation, James Waller and was told his play had a strong emotional connection with the readers and a great sense of the period and characters.

MR. AND MISTER
, will be staged again in the 2015 season of Robert JM Productions. "This will give the audience a second chance to see this play and why it was given a wonderful recognition and award."


Mr and MisterOriginal Cast of the 2013 Production: L.to R. Lana Henson, Jef Foster, Heather Newby (seated), Aaron Chartier, Greg Shuffield, La Chander Crockett, Matt Tracy


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the boom
Christmas with the Crawfords
The Boom Dinner Theatre
Nov. 14,15,21,22,28,29
Dec. 5,6,12,13,19,20