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Re: A Tuna Christmas - J CITY Theater
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Final 4 performances of A Tuna Christmas are this week!
This rare holiday treat is coming to an end!

Shows are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8pm
Sunday matinee (and final performance Dec 9th) 3pm

Audiences are loving the return of A Tuna Christmas:

I laughed till my sides hurt! - Ellen T.

I have no idea how they did those characters - after a while I stopped trying to figure it out and just sat in amazement! - Bob M.

This was a family tradition for years. I'm so glad you are back! - Jimmy K.

A few tickets are still available - be sure to get them today!

Posted on: 2018/12/4 17:10

A Tuna Christmas - J CITY Theater
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For the first time in 5 years, J CITY Theater will open ?A TUNA CHRISTMAS? by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, and Ed Howard. Opening night is November 29th and the show runs Thursdays thru Saturdays at 8pm with Sunday Matinees at 3pm. This is a limited run and audiences are encouraged to reserve tickets due to limited seating. The show is scheduled to close on December 9th.

Back by popular demand, "A TUNA CHRISTMAS" is a marathon Christmas comedy of southern madness. The Christmas yard display contest is heating up in the small town of Tuna, Texas as neighbor fights neighbor for the most outrageous display of lights, Santas, Baby Jesus' and Rudolphs. This year however, there is a Christmas Phantom on the loose, spreading vandalism and havoc. With quick-change zaniness and quicksilver one-liners, two incredibly talented actors introduce us to 22 of the wildest citizens in Tuna, Texas.

J CITY Theater has produced A TUNA CHRISTMAS on and off for the past 14 years and it has become a not-to-be-missed holiday tradition. Having grown each year, it has now reached the level of outrageous spectacle. "This show is really our gift back to Jersey City", says Executive Producer Clay Cockrell. "We have a great time doing it and our audiences love coming each year. They've become so familiar with these wild characters that they are sometimes saying the lines before we do. All year long people ask us: ' Is Tuna coming back this Christmas?' People are planning their holiday travel around the performances! Maybe we should say it is a holiday addiction.?

Joining Mr. Cockrell as half of this dynamic duo is audience favorite Stephen Hope. Mr. Hope has been seen at J CITY in Apartment 3A and most recently in Clark Gable Slept Here. He joined the Tuna family in 2013 and is excited to get back into his high heels! Stephen brings a Broadway pedigree to the production, having been a member of the original cast of JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING
TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT - as well as countless Off Broadway, regional and touring productions over his distinguished career.

Sandy Cockrell, Artistic Director, said that the show is always a great change of pace for the company. "We pride ourselves on our motto: theater in the raw. As a production team our focus has always been on the actor and the purity of each particular story. However with Tuna Christmas we really have to pull out all the technical stops. The comedy is found in the quick changes and the bizarre costumes and wigs...the fact that two actors are portraying 22 characters. This show is a wild and breathless ride."

November 29th through December 9th
Thursdays through Saturdays at 8pm AND Sundays at 3pm
Tickets: $30.00. (Seniors / Students $25.00)
Tickets can be purchased at
83 Wayne Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302

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Posted on: 2018/11/26 20:00

Re: J CITY Theater presents Bakersfield Mist
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Second week of Bakersfield Mist opens today!

The show is on it's feet and audiences are loving it!

"Wow! Just wow! I'm going to be thinking about this for weeks!" Amy S.

"You've done it again. You've blown my mind. Another great show from
J CITY!" Mike N.

"I loved Clark Gable Slept Here - but you've topped it with this new one. I'm coming back and bringing friends!" Tom M.

Come see what they are talking about!

Thursday through Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 3pm.
The Barrow Mansion
83 Wayne Street

Tickets at:

Posted on: 2018/10/4 16:19

Re: J CITY Theater presents Bakersfield Mist
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Tonight is opening night!
We are really proud of this one - it's like nothing we've done before.

Hope to see you there!

Posted on: 2018/9/28 13:47

J CITY Theater presents Bakersfield Mist
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J CITY Theater presents
Bakersfield Mist by Stephen Sachs
September 28th through October 13th
Thursdays through Saturdays / 8pm
Sunday Matinee on September 30th and October 7th at 3pm
Tickets: $35.00 (Students / Seniors $25.00)
Tickets can be purchased at
83 Wayne Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302

On Friday September 28th, J CITY Theater launches their first full season in four years with their Fall show: BAKERSFIELD MIST, by Stephen Sachs at their new location ? The Barrow Mansion, 83 Wayne Street. Performances begin at 8pm Thursdays through Fridays and 3pm on Sundays. Audiences are encouraged to reserve tickets due to limited seating and a limited run. The show is scheduled to close on October 13th.

Audiences may remember that J CITY Theater lost their performance space 4 years ago, but returned to the stage last May with Clark Gable Slept Here at The Barrow Mansion. The location has worked out quite well and they are proud to announce a full season and to call The Barrow Mansion their new permanent home! The season is kicked off with BAKERSFIELD MIST ? a recent hit in London.

BAKERSFIELD MIST, set in a downtrodden trailer park in California, is the story of Maude Gutman (Sandy Cockrell) who has recently purchased an ugly painting at Daisy?s Junk Shop for three dollars. Turns out, the painting may actually be a lost masterpiece by Jackson Pollock. Lionel Percy (Marvin Bell) is the former head of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and a current art expert who has come to her mobile home to authenticate the piece. This comic and poignant play explores the nature of art and truth and is a raucous clash of cultures.

Audiences may remember Marvin Bell from his portray of Hank, the gay interior designer in the 2012 J CITY production of Regrets Only. His return to the Jersey City stage brings back sweet memories and J CITY is proud to bring him back.

Ms. Cockrell, J CITY?s Artistic Director, says she was drawn to the script due to it?s rich language and complex themes. ?It?s a departure from our usual settings. In the past we have found ourselves in the hip underworld of Manhattan (Bees In Honey Drown), an elegant Upper East Side apartment (Regrets Only) and an high end hotel suite in Hollywood (Clark Gable Slept Here) but now we are in the low end world of a seedy trailer park ? but the characters and the story are compelling and fascinating?and FUNNY! And once again we are exploring the question: What is Art? and Who decides what is authentic??

J CITY always collaborates with a local artist to display their work in their lobby.
The featured artist for this production is Alex Sobolta who is also creating the original ?Pollock painting? that will be used in the show. Mr. Sobolta states that Pollock has been an early inspiration to him as a painter and he is thrilled to contribute this amazing piece. The painting will be auctioned off at the end of the show and all proceeds donated to the theater.

Clay Cockrell, Executive Director, states that he is excited that the relationship with the Barrow Mansion has been so successful. ?The Barrow Mansion and its board have been incredibly welcoming and encouraging. We already feel at home and are so grateful for the support.?

For this upcoming production, J CITY has added matinees to their schedule. On Sunday September 30th and October 3rd productions will begin at 3pm. Mr. Cockrell feels that the matinees will appeal to the brunch crowd.

J CITY Theater has been a professional theater company for the past 14 years, employing actors and stage managers that are members of the Actor?s Equity Association They are known for creating high quality productions that are engaging and thought provoking; focusing on re-staging Tony Award winning and Pulitzer Prize Award winning scripts. They have enjoyed great reviews in both The New York Times and The Star Ledger.

At this time, the full season is planned to include A Tuna Christmas in December and A Doll?s House Part 2 in the Spring. Details to follow soon.

Our audiences have always been our greatest champions, said Ms. Cockrell. There hasn?t been a week gone by that we haven?t received an email or been stopped on the street by a former audience member to tell us that are so excited that we are back. Their support and encouragement has kept us going and we are so excited to see them again in our new home!

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at
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Posted on: 2018/9/24 20:58

Re: seeking Art Replicator / Forger - odd request
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Thanks Brewster,
We may have to follow that suggestion - but the painting is sort of a center piece to the show, and as you know - our audience sits really close to the action. We were hoping to get something that was realistic, but yes - budget is a concern.

It is suppose to be a 'Jackson Pollock' - so maybe a local artist
can simulate the style.

Posted on: 2018/8/8 12:12

seeking Art Replicator / Forger - odd request
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Ok, so this is admittedly an odd request...

Several years ago I read an article (maybe NY Times or New York Magazine), about someone working with a Jersey City based artist that would 're-create' or 'create in the style of' old masters or famous artists.

If memory serves, the artist was located in the PowerHouse arts district - maybe at the Morgan Lofts.

For the life of me, I can't remember who this was, or even where I read the article.

Does anybody else remember this or have the link to the article or even know of a local artist that does this? Any help appreciated.

Note: not looking to do anything illegal...ha! Just needing a prop
for an upcoming play.

Posted on: 2018/8/6 17:09

Re: J CITY Theater is back with Clark Gable Slept Here
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Last 2 chances to see this amazing and funny play are tonight and Saturday - 8pm!

We are so grateful to all of you for the support we have received after re-launching our theater company. For the past 4 years we have dreamed of getting back on our feet and we never gave up hope because of all of the encouragement we received from our audiences. Thank you!

There are still a few tickets available for each night. Be sure to get yours today!

Posted on: 2018/5/18 12:35

Re: Electrician
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Just wanted to give a strong recommendation for Avolar Electric. Edgar did a great job for me! Affordable and fast!

Posted on: 2018/5/15 15:58

Re: J CITY Theater is back with Clark Gable Slept Here
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Final performances for
Clark Gable Slept Here
are this Wednesday through Saturday!

The re-launch of our theater company has been met with so much excitement - we are truly grateful! We want to make sure as many people as possible get to see this very funny and surprising play! If you haven't gotten your tickets yet, please be sure to book now...seats are selling out and we don't want to turn anyone away!

What are audiences saying?

I was having such a good time and then BAM! Talk about a surprise...!!!

We have missed you so much! So glad you have found an amazing new home - and what a great choice for your come back play! Another stellar production from J CITY Theater!

I'm coming back and bringing friends! Everyone should get a chance to see this show! Fun, fun, FUN!

Get your tickets today!

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Posted on: 2018/5/15 15:51

Re: J CITY Theater is back with Clark Gable Slept Here
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Our second week opens tonight at 8pm.
We run Wednesday through Saturday - closing on May 19th!

Remember, our space is a little smaller than our last home, so
seating is limited. Don't wait until the last weekend! Be sure
to get your tickets now:

Thanks for all of the support! It feels so good to be back!

Posted on: 2018/5/9 16:14

Re: J CITY Theater is back with Clark Gable Slept Here
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Thanks MND - really appreciate the shout out! So nice to know we haven't been forgotten!

Tonight is opening night!
The lights are hung, the costumes are ready!

We are so very proud of this show and incredibly happy to be back! Our new home at The Barrow Mansion is a little smaller than our old be sure to get your tickets online:

Hope to see you there!

Posted on: 2018/5/4 13:30

J CITY Theater is back with Clark Gable Slept Here
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We are back! After four years of searching for a new home, J CITY Theater is back! Opening night is May 4th!

As most of you know, J CITY Theater lost our performance space in 2014. It's been a long search for an affordable new stage and we have finally done it! We have spent the last several months dusting off the lights and hanging the curtains and we are now ready to welcome you to our new home:

The Barrow Mansion
83 Wayne Street
Jersey City, NJ

Our new production is co-sponsored by The Barrow Mansion and we can not thank them enough for their incredible support and welcoming spirit! It is because of their generosity that we announce our new show!

CLARK GABLE SLEPT HERE opens with a dead (and naked) male hooker in the Penthouse of the famed Hollywood Hotel, Chateau Marmont ? and gets progressively wilder from there. The room had been rented by the world?s biggest Action Movie Star, but he?s not there. He?s blissfully on his way to the Golden Globe Awards, leaving behind his management team to clean up the mess and keep the secret.

Stephen Hope, last seen in J CITY?s production of Tuna Christmas, plays the megastar?s manager. Teaming up with a Hollywood ?fixer?, Morgan Wright played by Sandy Cockrell, he struggles to keep the lid on this volatile nightmare and protect his closeted client. Nick Probst joins the cast as a mysterious hotel visitor. Witness to the chaos is the hotel?s maid, Estella, played by Ali De Leon and the hotel?s uptight manager Gage Holland (Clay Cockrell).

Four years has given us a lot of time to find just the right script so that we could come back with a bang! And this one will keep you laughing all night long!

*Note, this production is not suitable for all ages as it contains some nudity and strong language

Clark Gable Slept Here by Michael McKeever
May 4nd through 19th
Wednesdays through Saturdays / 8pm
Tickets: $35.00
Tickets can be purchased at

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Posted on: 2018/4/26 17:41

Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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Apparently the deadline for submitting an appeal is May 1st. At some point I saw a list of recommended attorneys that could assist with this - but now I can't find that.

Does anyone have a list of recommended attorneys to help with the tax appeal process?

Posted on: 2018/4/10 16:47

J CITY BACK! (And putting a team together.)
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J CITY Theater?is BACK!
After a 3 year search for a new space, J CITY Theater is coming back! Many thanks to all of our supporters who never gave up on us and were always sending us encouraging words!

Our new show is starting rehearsals and will open on May 4th.

Resurrection is hard work ? and we are putting a team together. If you have experience in the following areas?we want to talk to you!

Lighting Designer
Tech Crew
House Manager
Social Media Director
Graphic Designer
Website guru
(or just generally want to be involved ?)

Please email me:

A little history:
Before losing our space in Hamilton Park, J CITY Theater produced high quality theater in downtown Jersey City for 10 years. We are an Equity theater (using professional actors from Actors Equity Association) and have had multiple reviews in the New York Times.
Past shows include
RACE (NJ Premier)
A Tuna Christmas
As Bees In Honey Drown
Apartment 3A
State of the Union
Regrets Only
and many more. Check us out at:

Posted on: 2018/3/11 18:22

Re: Looking for a CB Therapist
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Hello Azul,
I am a CB therapist. I live in JC but work in NY. I have an
unusual practice - I walk with my clients instead of meeting
in an office. Usually in Central Park.
Take a look at my website and let me know if you would like
to set up a call to explore options.

Clay Cockrell, LCSW

Posted on: 2015/11/20 16:16

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Tonight is the final performance of As Bees In Honey Drown.

We can't thank our audiences enough for making this the most successful show in our history.

Last night was sold out again! But there are still tickets available for tonight. Get yours at

Posted on: 2014/5/17 16:35

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Tonight is Two for Thirty Thursday!
Get two tickets for $30.00 - a $10 savings!

There are only 3 more performances left of As Bees In Honey Drown - and
tickets are going fast! We actually sold out last Saturday night, so be sure to
get your tickets online.

You don't want to miss this Theatrical Event!

Comment last night:

"Sandy Cockrell is a force of nature!"

"Amazing show - I haven't laughed that hard in forever. I always know when I go to J CITY Theater that you guys are going to do a top notch production, but you have really out done yourselves this time. The best ever!"

Final shows are Thursday Friday and Saturday - 8pm.
252 9th Street. Jersey City, NJ

Tickets: $20.00
Get your tickets now at:

And the Dinner and Show Packages are still available:
Get !0% off at Hamilton Inn and 15% off at GP's Restaurant.

Hope to see you there!!!

Posted on: 2014/5/15 14:31

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The final four performances of As Bees In Honey Drown begins tonight at 8pm. You don't want to miss this show!

We were sold out last Saturday night - so be sure to get your tickets online:

And check out our great review by Jack Silbert at The Jersey City Independent:

Over the weekend, my cousins Brenda and Nancy were in from Tucson. As usual, they were Broadway-bound: After Midnight, All the Way, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, and Lady Day at Emerson?s Bar & Grill. But for a terrifically fun night of theater ? at a fraction of the cost ? you need look no further than the western edge of Hamilton Park: J City?s production of As Bees in Honey Drown.

If you?ve never been to J City Theater, just attending is a big part of the fun. The glow of a neon sign, set back in the middle of a quiet, tree-lined block, beckons you. After descending a small flight of stairs, you enter the performance space beneath St. Michael?s Church. Arrive a bit early to take in the current gallery show by Jersey City?s own Grigory Gurevich; I was very impressed with his ability to jump from style to style with such ease. (This is a perfect fit with this run of As Bees In Honey Drown, as most cast members play multiple roles.)

If you are unfamiliar with the play itself, well, so was I ? though I must have walked past the original 1997 Off-Broadway production every single day, right by the Christopher Street PATH station. (I guess I was in a daze on my daily commute.) The playwright is Douglas Carter Beane, perhaps best known for his screenplay for To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, and five Tony nominations including work on Rodgers & Hammerstein?s Cinderella, Sister Act, and Xanadu.

Beane?s Drama Desk-nominated As Bees in Honey Drown definitely caught the eye of J City?s Executive Director Clay Cockrell and Artistic Director Sandy Cockrell. The husband-and-wife team first staged the show in 2007 at the Brennan Courthouse, and it has now become their first revival. The readily changeable space at J City?s current home allows for a dynamic theater-in-the-round experience. (OK, OK, it?s a rectangle.) The two halves of the audience face each other, with at least four different sets ? also playing multiple roles ? always visible in the center. Framing the overall set are graffiti murals created by Mr. MustArt, convincingly placing us in 1990s Manhattan, itself still recovering from a 1980s hangover.

As the play opens, we meet Evan Wyler, novelist and an ?overnight? semi-success after 9 years of struggle. My spider-sense tingles whenever a writer writes about a writer (which then makes me a writer writing about a writer writing about a writer), but Beane?s smart script avoids most woe-is-me clich?s. Rather, Evan Wyler represents us, the viewers ? he is our grounded tour guide in a high-flying, fast-paced life. Wyler is winningly portrayed by Jason Guy, first with an aw-shucks innocence, then with increased panic and intensity as his character is wined, dined, seduced, and deceived.

Doing the seducing is Alexa Vere de Vere, a damaged rock & roll socialite played with verve and worldliness by Sandy Cockrell (who is also the play?s director). Alexa plucks Evan from his simple existence, and we?re off to the races.

As Evan?s world spins more and more out of control, we are introduced to a group of eclectic supporting characters ? 10? Maybe more? I lost count! ? all performed by three additional cast members. The most prominent is Timothy C. Goodwin as Mike, an artist previously caught in Alexa?s web. Goodwin also portrays an edgy Brit rocker and a hilariously obsequious suit salesman ? and he brings wit and likability to each character.

Clay Cockrell gets to be a photographer, an Alexa hanger-on named Sven, and most notably Morris the record executive. Cockrell?s deadpan air of authority is a pleasure to watch. Wendy Weber Eaton is sultry and sassy as a waitress, fellow socialite, executive assistant, and actress ? she is a commanding presence. And Sarah Brooke Vanaman plays a violinist, photography assistant, and dancer, and is equally able to be youthful and exuberant in one scene and austere in the next.

As Bees in Honey Drown is a very funny play, with rapid-fire dialogue reminiscent of films of the 1940s. But there?s more than comedy here: It?s a tale of blind ambition, celebrity worship, compromises made too readily, and our desperate need to reinvent ourselves. In Hedwig (another Off-Broadway success of the late 1990s), that reinvention is a celebration of our true selves, but in this play it?s an indictment. We want to escape, because we?re ashamed of who we are. Spoiler alert: That is not the path to happiness.

Crisply directed and energetically performed, As Bees in Honey Drown at J City Theater gives us something to think about, and a whole lot of reasons to laugh. Let?s hope they do another revival the next time my cousins are in town.

As Bees in Honey Drown concludes its run with performances this Wednesday through Saturday, May 14?17, at 8 pm at the J City Theater, 252 9th St. Tickets are $20. For more info visit

Posted on: 2014/5/14 13:06

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It's Two for Thirty Thursday at J CITY Theater!

Get two tickets for $30.00 (a saving of $10.00)

Audience comment from last night's show:
"I've seen the last 5 productions here, and I think this is my
favorite. Slick, funny, smart - a great show!"

Hope to see you there!

And don't forget about our dinner and show packages:
Hamilton Inn: 10% off
GP's 15% off

Posted on: 2014/5/8 13:26

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Thanks so much for our best opening weekend ever, Darling!

Our second week of performances start tonight!
As Bees In Honey Drown runs Wednesday's through Saturday's, 8pm

And we are so proud to announce our partnership with Bambino Chef for our:

On May 10th, (this Saturday) grown ups can drop their child off at Bambino Chef for a night of play and learning while they attend J CITY Theater's production: As Bees In Honey Drown by Tony award winning playwright Douglas Carter Beane.

Package Details:

Date: May 10th

Price: $60.00

Package includes:

Two Tickets for As Bees In Honey Drown - Show starts at 8pm.

One night of play and learning for your child. (minimum age: 4)

Drop off 7:30pm, pick up 10:30pm

(Please add additional $15 for each additional sibling - payable to Bambino Chef at their door)

Tickets can be purchased at - please add the code, BeesBambino for date: May 10th.

Bambino Chef is located at 213 Newark Ave

J CITY Theater is located at 252 9th Street on Hamilton Park.

Posted on: 2014/5/7 14:59

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Tonight is opening night!

The flood water is gone, the set cleaned and repaired, lights are set - it's show time! Come one, come all.

Posted on: 2014/5/2 20:54

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Ok - I think we have earned the title of "The hardest working theater in show business."

After working to build the theater and set over the past 4 weeks, last night we rushed to break almost everything down as the flood waters rose during rehearsal. In a matter of moments, actors and crew all scrambled to lift up curtains, rugs and set pieces while our wonderful Tech Director, Nick Probst battled the flood. But there was nothing he could do as the water rushed in from all sides.

But the show must go on!

Friday (tomorrow!) at 8pm - against all odds, the lights go up on perhaps our best show ever. Please come support the theater you just can't keep down!

Tickets are available at

We run May 2nd through 17th at 252 9th Street, Jersey City.

Hope to see you there!

Posted on: 2014/5/1 14:49

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A show we loved so much ? we?ve decided to do it again.
It?s our first revival!

Way back in 2007, as we were just getting started as a theater company, we produced this show at the Brennan Courthouse. And for those lucky enough to have seen it the first time around ? you know why we love this show so much.

Audiences have been asking to see it again, so for the first time ever ? we are doing a revival! It?s reimagined and freshened up for 2014!

This manic comedy, set in the roller coaster New York art world, is a biting commentary on our culture?s obsession with fame and celebrity. The seduction of fame without achievement is mined for comic gold in this runaway Off-Broadway hit from Tony Award winning playwright Douglas Carter Beane.

In true J CITY fashion, we create a glittering world of image over substance while spinning this laugh out loud fairy tale of success!

Once again, Sandy Cockrell is seen in the role she was born to play: Alexa Vere de Vere ? the ferocious and flawless siren who moves the story along at a fevered pitch. Her intoxicating allure is laced with danger, keeping the audience guessing right up to the closing moments. Is she goddess or grifter?

May 2nd through 17th
First weekend: Friday and Saturday
Following two weeks: Wednesday through Saturday.

Time: 8pm
Location: 252 9th Street, Jersey City, NJ ? Lower level of St. Michael?s Church on Hamilton Park

Price: $20.00

Dinner and Show Packages
On the night you see the show, you can get 10% off at Hamilton Inn and 15% off at GP?s! Just tell your waiter you are seeing the show or just came from the show.

Specials: Thursday is our ?2 for 30.00 Thursday? Deal ? get two tickets for a total of $30.00 ? a $10 discount.

The Big Night Out Package
We are partnering with Bambino Chef on May 10th for a night out for Grown Ups while the kids get to learn and play at Bambino Chef?s!
Price: $60.00
Details: 2 tickets to the show and 1 admission to Bambino Chef ($15 extra for each additional sibling ? payable at the door at Bambino)

Drop Off for Kids: 7:30pm
Show: 8pm
Pick up for Kids: 10:30pm

Bambino Chef is at 213 Newark Ave
Tickets: - enter the code BeesBambino at checkout.

Posted on: 2014/4/30 16:42

Re: JERSEY CITY LIST celebrates 10 years of service
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Congratulations from J CITY Theater. You have been and are a great resource for Jersey City.
JCList is one of the primary ways we advertise our shows and communicate with our audiences. We are so grateful for all of the support you have given us throughout the years.

I can't imagine our community without you and this site. May you have another successful 10 years!


Posted on: 2014/1/3 1:20

Re: A Tuna Christmas - J CITY Theater
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Only two performances left of A Tuna Christmas. Tickets are still available for tonight and Saturday night.

Bring some laughter to your holiday season! Hope to see you there!

Posted on: 2013/12/20 14:54

Re: A Tuna Christmas - J CITY Theater
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Tickets still available for the final 4 performances of A Tuna Christmas. We run tonight through Saturday - 8pm.
Hope to see you there.

Posted on: 2013/12/18 13:02

Re: A Tuna Christmas - J CITY Theater
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The first week of A Tuna Christmas is in the history books.

Only 4 more performances left before the wild gang of Tuna, Texas goes back into the J CITY vaults for another year. Don't miss out - get your tickets today!

Here are some comments from our recent audiences:


"This is the 3rd time I've seen it and it is still so funny and wonderful to me, part of my Christmas tradition now."

" It IS better than ever!"

"I can't believe the costumes!"

"Oh my God! This is completely over the top! How do you all do that? I spent the first few scenes trying to figure out how you do it - then I just gave up and sat back and enjoyed the ride. Amazing!"

"The best Tuna ever! My Christmas can now start because I've seen A Tuna Christmas!"


The fun continues this Wednesday through Saturday - 8pm

Where? Lower level of St. Michael's Church - 252 9th Street
When? 8pm

Dinner and Show Deals

On the night you see the show:

Hamilton Inn is offering 10% off your bill
GP'S is offering 15% off

See a great show. Have a great meal.
Support local businesses. And save money!
Win. Win.


Be sure to follow us on Facebook:

Posted on: 2013/12/16 17:43

Re: A Tuna Christmas - J CITY Theater
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Had an amazing opening night last night. Feels so good to back in Tuna!

Comment from an audience member last night: "Wow! This is the best Christmas Tuna ever!"

We do it again tonight, hope you can come!

Posted on: 2013/12/12 17:30

Re: A Tuna Christmas - J CITY Theater
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A Tuna Christmas opens tomorrow! Wednesday December 11th.

Hope to see you there!

And remember our Dinner and Show packages with local restaurants!

On the night you see the show you can get 10% off your bill at Hamilton Inn and 15% off your bill at GP's. A great way to support local arts and local businesses at the same time!

Posted on: 2013/12/10 15:28

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