“We see this moment as a challenge for us to define what it means to be in solidarity with our community, and to thrust ourselves into being of use to those around us.” said Alec Duffy, founder and co-director of JACK, in a statement. “At some point, hopefully sooner rather than later, we will be sharing more performances and conversations, but this is the effort we feel called to support right now.”Click here to view original web page at www.americantheatre.org

Samantha Jones of WKUS, courtesy of JACK. NEW YORK CITY: Brooklyn performance space JACK has announced a partnership with the mutual aid group We Keep Us Safe Abolitionist Network to transform its theatre space into a hub for the distribution of food to neighbors in need during the global […]

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