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Jameson Project Spring 2012 Season: April 10-29

The Jameson Project consistently produces some of the most provocative theater in the New Brunswick area. The intimate, 70-seat theater is operated for and by students at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at 30 Jones Avenue on the Douglass Campus of Rutgers University.
Tickets are $5 for preview performances, $10 for students and $15 general admission. Call 732-932-7511 for reservations. Directions

An Evening of One Acts
The Author’s Voice by Richard Greenberg
Directed by Charlee Halphen Swain
A handsome, inarticulate writer with a “hidden talent” goes to extreme measures to become successful.

Minnesota Moon by John Olive
Directed by David Ledoux
Go to college? Go to war? Stay in your small hometown? Two childhood friends come to a crossroads on a drunken Minnesota night in 1968.

Performances: Tuesday, April 10: preview at 8 p.m.; April 11-14 at 8 p.m.; matinees: April 14-15 at 2 p.m.

An Evening of ORIGINAL One Acts
Evening A: The Cost of Living by Jay Koepke
Directed by Mark Cirnigliaro
How much is too much to pay for happiness? For security? For safety?

Just a Face by Brendon Votipka
Directed by Matthew Singletary
Everyone's trying to get in Mckayla's pants in this comedy about lesbians, Facebook, and obsession.

Evening B: Monsters by Alex Gherardi
Directed by Karen Babcock
With a gunman on their college campus, four college students start to confess their secrets and have to deal with the consequences.

Fries with That? by Mike Duffy
Directed by Melissa Firlit
Matt and Banker Joe launder money from a tiny burger joint in Newark in order to escape to Mexico in this comedy that shakes the very foundations of the fast-food industry.

Performances: Tuesday, April 24: Preview at 8 p.m. (Evening A) Wednesday April 25 Preview at 8 p.m. (Evening B); April 26, 28 and 29 at 8 p.m. (Evening A); April 27, 30 at 8 p.m. (Evening B)
Matinee: April 29 at 2 p.m. (Evening B).

Please note: There are no Sunday-night performances except on April 29, 2012.