A Conversation with Daniel Alexander Jones
A Conversation with Daniel Alexander Jones

A Conversation with Daniel Alexander Jones


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The American Repertory Theater and Hibernian Hall host a conversation with critically-acclaimed writer, performer, director, and educator Daniel Alexander Jones, moderated by Abe Rybeck. Join us to learn more about Jones’ journey as an artist and storyteller, the origins of his alter-ego Jomama Jones, and upcoming performances of Black Light, coming to OBERON September 19 – 29.

This event is free, but RSVPs are requested. Refreshments will be provided.
Madison Park Development Corporation Hibernian Hall

About Abe Rybeck

Playwright and Organizational Consultant Abe Rybeck is best known as the founder of The Theater Offensive, New England’s largest and longest running LGBTQ performance group, which he led for over 30 years. His mission is to work across cultures and generations to create art that engages people in movements.

He created such groundbreaking TTO programs as True Colors: OUT Youth Theater; A Street Theater Named Desire; OUT on the Edge Queer Theater Festival; the OUT in Your Neighborhood Series; and the Plays at Work development program.

Abe is currently working on the play Bombshell, about the relationship between Broadway/Hollywood star Judy Holliday and her lesbian lover, an NYPD cop named Yetta Cohn. He is also reconceiving Blame It on the Big Banana that deals with the current political crisis in Nicaragua.

In 2019 Abe has reclaimed one of his earliest drag names for his newly formed company, Sybil D’Sobedience Consulting, where he concentrates on building the queer and trans cultural sector and helping white baby boomers pass power to next generation leaders of color.