Toe Jam

From Mel Gussow’s NY Times review, November 18, 1975

A mother sacrifices herself and stifles her present so that her two daughters can have a future. The younger daughter is funky and permissive. The other, Xenith, is a dreamer, lost in an imaginary world; she play‐acts her life. She is Cleopatra standing on a kitchen table. Her passport for liberation is a handsome photographer whom the mother regards with total scorn.

Presented as part of the 1975-76 Season

Artist Credits

Credit Artist Photo
Playwright Elaine Jackson
Director Anderson Johnson
Stage Manager Fai Walker Davis
Set Designer C. Richard Mills
Actor Elaine Jackson
Actor Robin Braxton
Actor Ramona King
Actor Patricia A. Clement
Actor George “Smokey” Campbell
Actor Dean Irby
Actor Kim Sullivan
Actor Lee King

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