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May 2 - 25

*Excerpt from the DC Theatre Arts description


Written by Matt Minnicino, Homeless Garden was originally planned for a theatrical staging as part of Avant Bard’s 2023/24 season finale. However, due to unforeseen staffing challenges, this became unfeasible. Director Kathleen Akerley, instead of canceling the production, proposed creating a film adaptation of the play, weaving it into a larger cinematic narrative that explores the current challenges facing American theater.

“Homeless Garden, a reinterpretation of The Cherry Orchard, delves into themes of scarcity mindset, conflicting interests in land use, and the ability (or inability) of leadership to acknowledge its own shortcomings and, if necessary, step aside,” shared Akerley. “This resonates deeply with the post-pandemic and post–We See You White American Theater landscape.”

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June 13 - July 14

By Aleshea Harris, Is God Is will be on stage June 13th through July 14th, 2024. Follow impassioned twin sisters in this fierce and funny drama as they go on an epic adventure across America to exact righteous revenge on the man who betrayed their family.

Charles/Silvius - As You Like It  @ Chesapeake Shakespeare Company

"Charles, the wrestler, appears for the match as a ridiculous luchador, complete with silver mask. Jordan Brown, as Charles, has all the arrogance and swagger needed to deserve his defeat."

-MD Theatre Guide


"Phebe’s suitor, Silvius (Jordan Brown, again), is blockheaded and terrifically soppy over a woman who doesn’t want him.

-MD Theatre Guide

Ralmond - Sometimes the Rain, Sometimes the Sea 
@ Rorschach Theatre

"Rain Cloud (a persuasively impassioned Sydney Dionne) falls instantaneously in love with a young man name Ralmond (a nimbly expressive Jordan Brown)."

-DC Theater Arts


Claudio - Much Ado About Nothing @ Chesapeake Shakespeare Company

"Jordan Brown, as Claudio, captured my heart on his first awkward and lovely hello to Hero, then broke it with his cruel misguided rejection of his love. Brown was soft with a razor’s edge, present and emotionally complex in his portrayal."

-MD Theatre Guide

"Brown has a fantastic stage presence that is both graceful and energetic. He is the hesitant Romeo to Benedict's brash swashbuckler."

-Broadway World


Thami Mbikwana - My Children! My Africa! @ Washington Stage Guild

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"Brown as Thami, like Barnard as Isabel, also goes through changes, but his are...different...If this was a story of an American colonist who becomes radicalized as the Revolution approaches, you might say it was like...Hamilton."  -Broadway World

"The scenes in the second act between Barnard and Brown are fierce, ugly, and raw, and yet, hopeful. These two burn up the stage and it’s a catharsis for the audience as well. Truth has finally been told."

-MD Theatre Guide

Curtis - Time Is On Our Side @ Perisphere Theatre


"He keeps Curtis from being a stereotype. His interactions with Delgado as Rene are unforgettable, especially in the scene when Rene teaches Curtis about “cruising,” one of the highlights of the production." 

-MD Theatre Guide

"Jordan Brown is a hoot as Curtis, comfortable in his own queer skin, perspectives, and mannerisms."

-DC Metro Theater Arts


Jock - Columbinus @ The Theatre Lab School of Dramatic Arts

"Brown brought depth to the stereotype of the high school jock by portraying the characters inherent sense of entitlement, due to his hard work. " 

-DC Metro Theater Arts


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