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Video: Jarvis Antonio Green, of JAG Productions, reflects on more than 6 years in the Upper Valley

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Photographed in West Lebanon, N.H., on Feb. 1, 2018, Jarvis Antonio Green is the founding producing artistic director for JAG Productions and BarnArts Center for the Arts. (Valley News – Geoff Hansen) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Vermont Pride Theater hosting Trans Scripts auditions in Randolph on Dec. 10

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Outside of the Upper Valley, auditions will also be held Dec. 8 in Montpelier and Dec. 9 in Burlington!

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More from Vermont Pride Theater about the play:

On Saturday January 27th Vermont Pride Festival at Chandler will present Paul Lucas’ groundbreaking play Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women in a staged reading, to benefit GLAD’s transgender-rights project across New England. Included in the production will be original cast member Bianca Leigh, reprising her role as Tatiana. The one-act production will be followed by a talkback including Mr. Lucas and the ensemble and a reception to meet and greet the playwright and the actors.

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Donations toward JAG Productions’ second season are getting doubled right now thanks to an anonymous donor

Jarvis Antonio Green poses for a portrait on Friday, April 14, 2017, in Woodstock, Vt. (Valley News – Jovelle Tamayo) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

JAG Productions, the African-American Upper Valley theater company that is propelled by producing artistic director Jarvis Antonio Green, is in the midst of fundraising $100,000 for its second season. It just announced it has received a $10,000 matching-gift donation from an anonymous donor. That means any donations made by the end of September up to $10,000 will get doubled.

Why donate? Here’s how JAG Productions puts it:

80% of that budget will go towards getting the most exceptional, diverse artists to the Upper Valley and 20% will go towards overhead.


Not only are you investing in the first black theatre company in the Upper Valley — you are paving the way to the first black LORT theatre (largest professional theatre association of its kind) in our nation!

More on the JAG Productions mission here.

Here’s the link to donate, and the announcement from JAG:

We need your help!!! Thanks to an anonymous donor, @jagproductionsvt have secured a $10,000 matching gift towards our second season! Any donation you make will not only be tax exempt, but will be doubled!!! Please help us reach our first campaign goal of $20,000 by the end of September by donating today. Link in bio. ? @brentdundore ???? . . . . . . . . . . #donate #jagproductionsvt #vermont #blacktheatre #blackexcellence #woodstockvt #uppervalley #wrj #nonprofit #business #entrepreneur #newhampshire #theatre #diversitymatters #supportthearts #supporttheatre #ilovermont #govermont #seevermont #broadway #buildingcommunity #regionaltheatre #creative #creativity #changinglives #choirboy #photography #photoshoots

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