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Pasadena, California
April 5 & 7, 2008

An Evening of One Act Theater

The amphitheater outside Sherman Fairchild Library

Saturday & Monday at 7:00 p.m.

Tickets are free, since the production was made possible by a generous gift from ASCIT, the MOSH, and Caltech Admissions. However, OAT is asking for donations so that they can produce more one act events.


featuring Jolly Jack Junior: The Buccaneer's Bairn

 


Portland, Oregon
April 12, 2008

The Show

E.L. Wiegand Studio Theatre at Jesuit High School
9000 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy.

Saturday at 6:00 & 9:00 p.m.


featuring the world premiere of Amazon Ambassador

 


Perris, California
May 12, 2008
Awards Banquet

Citrus Hill High School theater
18150 Wood Rd.


Jolly Jack Junior I am a Junior at Citrus Hill High School. My Advanced Theater teacher, Mrs. Smith, wants my to direct a small, one-act play for our spring showcase. I really like Jolly Jack Junior, and would love to be able to use it. It said on the website that I got the play from that I needed to ask for your permission before reproducing your play. So, here I am, asking for your permission. I find your work hysterically funny; however, since it IS High School theater, some of your more adult themes will need to be altered slightly. I was really hoping this would be okay with you, because I was specifically looking for a play that would fit the two actors I want to use, and Jolly Jack fits them both to a T! Thank you for your time, --Lillianne Valenti

 


Saint Louis, Missouri
April 17 & 18, 2008

Jolly Jack Junior Hello Jeff, I have decided to use your one act play "Jolly Jack Junior" as my play to preform in school. Let me know how much i owe you for the rights. Thank you so much for your time. Jeremy Barrett

See also: 2009 production

 


Santa Cruz, California
Spring 2008


 


Watonga, California
October 25, 2008

(Turkey Roost)

Saturday at 11:00 p.m.


Saturday Night Radio Play
Your Swash Is Unbuckled
by Jeff Goode

Master of Ceremonies .... Jeron

LEWD LOVES OF A LUSTY LAUNDRESS
Molly ...... Webster
Pirate ..... Captain Starwolf
Prince ..... Truefiend
Scot ....... Istanbul

SIR SIMON'S SECOND
Simon's Second ..... Horse's Ghost
Manfred's Man ...... Stormy Carlisle

BRIDGET OF BRISTOL: THE BAWDY BRIGANDESS
Brigandess ..... Shayla
Damsel ......... Ebby

GLADIATORS GLORIOUS
Maximus ....... Tybron
Gaius ......... Justin Wolf

JOLLY JACK JUNIOR: THE BUCCANEER'S BAIRN
(featuring Calamity Cougar and Corsi!)
Willy ..... Warrn Dog
Wench ..... Cutepuppy


 


Creston, Ohio
Fall 2008
[looking for information on this production]

SOURCE: Baker's Plays statement 11/12/08

 


Saint Petersburg, Florida
December 4-5, 2008
An Evening of Entertainment

Dixie Hollins High School
4940 62nd St. N.

Thursday & Friday at 7:00 p.m.


ST. PETERSBURG - Dixie Hollins High School Theatrical Company presents An Evening of Entertainment including the one act plays, "Shake, Rattle, and Rot" by Leslie Caulfield and "Maids Made Men" by Jeff Goode on Thursday and Friday, Dec. 4-5, 7 p.m.

Tickets, available at the door, are $5 and children under 12 who bring a non-perishable food item will be admitted free.

"Shake, Rattle, and Rot" is a 50's style musical with dancing zombies. "Maids Made Men" is a 17th century dueling comedy of girls who need to disguise as boys who know they are girls but think each other is a boy. There will also be some musical numbers and other scenes to complete the evening.

The Dixie Hollins drama group has been selected for the second time to attend the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland in August 2009 by the American High School Theatre Festival. They are one of 64 schools selected from over 1,600 applications to represent the United States. The group is available to entertain your holiday parties for donations.

Dixie Hollins High School is at 4940 62nd St. N., St. Petersburg. For more information, call 547-7876, ext. 2096.


SOURCE: Article published on Monday, Dec. 1, 2008
http://www.tbnweekly.com/editorial/local_entertainment/stage_theater/content_articles/120108_lestage-01.txt