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ANNOUNCING
SEASON 2015


ROBERT JM PRODUCTIONS


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Individual Ticket Price - $17

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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 all male comedy celebration unzips for another round of fun, condoms and laughter.
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
e-mail us at:
robertjmprod@cox.net

TICKETS

Opening night SPECIAL April 3rd all tickets $12.00

mr and mister

written and directed by Robert Matson

An "award-winning" 1860's gay drama 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 Friday and Saturday at 8 pm
April 12 - 2 pm Sunday Matinee
Location: Actors Warehouse Studio, 30 NE 52nd St.

starring
Jef Foster as Mr. Stone
Nathan Dunn as Mr. Wonder
Russ Maddox as Mr. Hill
Heather Newby as Becka
La Chander Crockett as Mrs. Gray
Lana Henson as Winnie
Matt Tracy as Mr. Hanson

Costume Design by Christopher Sieker
Set Design by Terry Lee
Production Stage Manager - Erin Honious






For questions or show information:
562-6877 / robertjmprod@cox.net



MR. AND MISTER PLACES
IN PLAYWRITING COMPETITION


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.

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.

MR. AND MISTER, will be staged again
in the 2015 season (April 3-18) 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."

Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation
Click to read the article on OutHistory.org