Bars and Measures at Jungle Theater

In the Jungle Theater’s latest offering, Bars and Measures, two brothers find themselves on the opposite side of music world and the law. Bilal (Ansa Akyea) loves listening to, playing and writing jazz music. For years he has tried to convince his brother, Eric (Darius Dotch) to leave the world of classical music behind and…

Le Switch at the Jungle Theater

There are only so many ways you can tell a boy meets girl story. Thankfully, we have Le S witch. A timely new rom-com play making its world premiere at the Jungle Theater. Le Switch is the boy meets boy romantic comedy for our time. Set in 2011 and 2014 when marriage equality made leaps…

You Can’t Take It With You at The Jungle Theater

Every family has its quirks. Some may even seem a little peculiar from an outsider’s perspective. But as a family you love and support each other regardless. That is exactly what the Sycamore family does in the Jungle Theater’s production of You Can’t Take It With You. This family celebrates following their passions and living…

Driving Miss Daisy at The Jungle Theater

Alfred Uhry’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Driving Miss Daisy” starts as an unwanted affiliation between a white widow and her black chauffeur in 1948 Atlanta, but evolves into a lasting friendship spanning decades. After her latest car accident, Daisy Werthan’s son Boolie decides her driving days are over and hires Hoke Coleburn as his mother’s chauffeur.

Fool for Love at the Jungle Theater

I overheard another audience member remark before the show “I think I’ve been in this seedy motel before” and she was right. Long time fans of the Jungle will recognize the set from the previous production of Sam Shepard‘s Fool for Love the theatre produced years ago. The set designed by Bain Boehlke was adapted to fit the…