“Jon Adam Ross is terrific in the part, ratcheting up his degree of anxiety and ruthlessness until he can take no more, then very convincingly breaking through to see the light beyond the nerve-wracking tunnel in which he’s been trapped.” – Talkin’ Broadway

Sacred Text As A Stage For Community Building

Ted Merwin | May 2, 2018

The Jewish Week article about the Genesis Plays Festival

Interfaith arts group in Charleston addresses social justice issues

Adam Parker | Dec 9, 2017

One community arts project begets another.

The Sarah Play rehearses in Kansas City

Marcia Horn Montgomery | Oct 20, 2017

It may sound like hype, but this year’s Selichot program will be different than anything you have ever seen before...

The Making of the Leah/Rachel Play

Emily K. Alhadeff | Feb 12, 2017

Twin sisters Alayne Sulkin and Andrea Wenet sit under the lights...

The Rebecca Play: Innovative theater project uses Book of Genesis as its genesis

Adam Parker | May 7, 2016

When Jon Adam Ross presented the idea of producing a series of plays based on characters from the book of Genesis, plays with scripts informed by the experiences and ideas of...

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