Meet the JJP family!
Jennifer Jewell - Producing Director
Jennifer Jewell is the founder of J Jewell Productions, LLC. Jennifer served as producing director for Green Room Projects in Nashville, Tennessee and was the founder of Bona Roba Equine Therapy, an equine-assisted learning and arts therapy program. Jennifer is a participating member of TRU, Theatre Resources Unlimited, just completing PDMP, Producer’s Development Mentor’s Program in June 2018. Jennifer is a New York based actor - Theatre credits include: Critically acclaimed 2017 Off-Broadway solo performance of Goblin Market at 59E59 Theaters and Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Counselor Hoffman in Stolen at La Mama, Kate in Sylvia at Tennessee Repertory Theatre, The Countess in The Madwoman of Chaillot at People's Branch Theatre, Mistress Kate in The Merry Windsor at John Drew Theatre in East Hampton, Catherine in Henry V at Kentucky Shakespeare, Margaret in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at Tennessee Williams Theatre, Luce and the Abbess in The Comedy of Errors at The Nashville Shakespeare Company, Irene in At a Drop of a Hat and Rosemarie in Into the Ditch at Key West Theatre Festival, Vivian Bliss in Nurse Jane Goes to Hawaii at Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theatre, Medea Redux in Bash - Latter-day Plays at Actor's Bridge Ensemble, Rodeo Queen for Cowgirls of the West, Cheyenne Frontier Days, Mother in A Life in the Woods at Nashville Children's Theatre.
Allison Plamondon - Choreographer
Allison Plamondon is a New York-based actress, choreographer and teacher originally from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. For J Jewell Productions: Goblin Market (59E59/Edinburgh). Other NYC choreography: Feather Gatherers (New Ohio), The Hills Are Alive! (NYMF), Someone To Belong To (NYC Fringe-Overall Excellence Award for Choreography) and a workshop of Pal Joey at HB Studio. Canadian highlights include Something Wonderful at the Charlottetown Festival, The Adventures of Joseph Andrews and the Canadian premiere of Hello Again, both at the Tarragon Theatre. Film/TV choreography includes the Oscar-winning short film, Curfew, the feature-length Before I Disappear (IFC Films) the NBC series, Believe and the Steven Soderbergh series, The Knick (assistant choreo). Performance highlights include Julius Caesar (Titan Theater Company), Tap City-The Main Event (Symphony Space) and Angels of Swedenborg and Prometheus Within, both at the Tony-winning La MaMa ETC. Directors Lab West ‘17, NYFA - Immigrant Artist Mentorship Fellowship, Uta Hagen Teacher Training, Broadway Theater Project.
Bridge Coffman - Company Manager
Bridge Coffman is a theatre artist based in New York City. He is a founding member of Prosper Eagle Theatre's elementary school outreach summer camp and one act play festival in Dallas, TX. Bridge graduated from the Tom Todoroff Conservatory in New York City Spring 2018.
Lindsey Michelle Gradwohl - Production Stage Manager
Lindsey Michelle Gradwohl is a New York based stage manager, and a proud member of Actor's Equity Association. A native of Eastern Pennsylvania, Lindsey has been heavily involved with music and theatre for most of her life. Credits include: New York: Wendy Darling and Peter Pan, Sleep No More, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, R/evolution; Touring: Curious George, Junie B’s Essential Survival Guide to School; Regional: Noises Off, Some Girls, Mr. Marmalade. Companies include Broadway Cares, the Ohio Light Opera, and the Walt Disney World Resort.
Roberto Di Donato - Artistic Associate
Roberto Di Donato is an Italian-American theatre artist from Austin, Texas. Roberto worked alongside Tony Award winners Dominique Serrand and Steven Epp to create Refugia, which has gone on to The Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, MN. In New York, he has performed at The Duke Theatre on 42nd Street, New Victory Labworks, The Leslie Lohman Museum, The PIT theatre, 14th Street Y, the JACK, and the Roebuck Theatre. Roberto’s work as Assistant Artistic Director for Frank Wo/Men Collective has been discussed in American Theatre Magazine, and was listed as Top Thrills of 2017 in Austin, Texas. Roberto is a director and a member of the Commedia Company NYC.