Jan Nargi

Jan Nargi Jan Nargi is owner and creative director of JMN Publications, a marketing and public relations firm based in Boston, Mass. She provides consultation, communications, and writing services to clients in the health care, entertainment, financial, retail, manufacturing, non-profit, and sports industries. As a freelance writer, Jan has had hundreds of articles published in business and high-tech magazines. Theatrically, she has reviewed, written, directed, acted, produced, sung, danced, managed publicity, pounded nails, and designed lighting and sets. Jan has even acted in the occasional B-movie, playing a zombie, a psycho shrink, and a clueless news reporter. You may visit her on the web at www.jmnpublications.com.



BWW REVIEW: SMOKEY JOE'S CAFE Is Hot, Hot, Hot in Ogunquit's Off-Broadway PreviewBWW REVIEW: SMOKEY JOE'S CAFE Is Hot, Hot, Hot in Ogunquit's Off-Broadway Preview
Posted: May. 25, 2018

BWW REVIEW: MOULIN ROUGE Spins Wildly At Boston's Restored Emerson ColonialBWW REVIEW: MOULIN ROUGE Spins Wildly At Boston's Restored Emerson Colonial
Posted: Aug. 5, 2018

Posted: May. 26, 2018

BWW REVIEW: ALADDIN Is a Manic Ride on Disney's Magic CarpetBWW REVIEW: ALADDIN Is a Manic Ride on Disney's Magic Carpet
Posted: Jul. 21, 2018

BWW REVIEW: BRIGHT STAR Flickers at Hanover Theatre in WorcesterBWW REVIEW: BRIGHT STAR Flickers at Hanover Theatre in Worcester
Posted: Apr. 16, 2018

Dennehy Repeats Turn as "Trumbo" at Boston's Huntington Theatre
February 14, 2005

Red State residents, be warned. You may want to stop reading now.

Boston Review: SpeakEasy's "Moonlight Room" Needs CPR
February 8, 2005

Paging Dr. Carter: You're wanted in the emergency room, STAT

New England Review: Hartford Stage Makes Good Choice with "Bad Dates"
February 1, 2005

Annalee Jefferies gives a delightful performance in this one-woman tour de force.

New England Review: Actors Alternate Power Post Nightly in Trinity Rep's "Topdog/Underdog"
January 27, 2005

Two alpha-male wannabes in one cage equals explosive drama, either way you cast it.

"Thrill Me" Gets New England Premiere at Stoneham Theatre
January 24, 2005

Darkly funny and chilling musical about Leopold and Loeb explores what two young murderers did for love.

Boston Premiere of "Quills" Proves That the Pen Is Mightier than the Sword
January 19, 2005

New Rep production is brutal, bloody, and twisted - but you can't take your eyes off it.

NE Review: Marriage of Music and Middle-Aged Angst Marks "The Kreutzer Sonata"
January 18, 2005

Intriguing Russian mood piece receives world premiere at New England's Merrimack Repertory Theatre.

'Seussical, the Musical' Is the Cat's Meow
December 16, 2004

Youthful cast members of the Boston Children's Theatre prove anything's possible if you think the right think.

Boston Review: Cowgirl Up!
December 14, 2004

'Johnny Guitar: The Musical,' presented by the SpeakEasy Stage in Boston, is manic, mindless melodrama - and lots of rootin' tootin' fun to boot.

Mulgrew Morphs into Hepburn in Tea at Five
December 14, 2004

Boston gets a second serving of the play that arrived Off-Broadway via the Hub last year

Boston Area Stages Give New Life to New Works
December 13, 2004

Gibbons' 'Permanent Collection' and Greenberg's 'The Violet Hour' receive New England premiers

New England Reviews: Plays Put on in Classic Style
November 22, 2004

Seacoast Rep and Merrimack Rep treat audiences to two of America's best with Tennessee Williams' 'A Streetcar Named Desire' and Arthur Miller's 'The Price'

Deaf West's "Big River" Docks in Boston
November 19, 2004

The acclaimed national touring company of the recent Broadway revival brings The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn to life through words, music, movement and sign.

New England Review: Star-Making Turn Lifts "Aida" at NSMT
November 9, 2004

Montego Glover is stunning as title character in North Shore Music Theatre's strong season ender

Boston Review: "Ears on a Beatle" on Tap at Lyric Stage
November 3, 2004

John Lennon may have been paranoid about the government, but he was also being followed.

Boston Review: SpeakEasy Stage Keeps "Company" Cozy and Warm
November 1, 2004

Appealing Revival Is Right at Home in Boston's Newest Theater Complex

Connecticut Review: 'The Bay at Nice' Makes an Impression
October 26, 2004

Estelle Parsons gives an artful performance in David Hare play at Hartford Stage

"Gem of the Ocean" Shines in Boston
October 3, 2004

Brilliant performances ignite this August Wilson masterpiece, as Gem of the Ocean captivates its audience and never lets go.

"SWING!" Puts Boston in the Mood for Dancing
September 28, 2004

Talented troupe gets joint jumpin' at North Shore Music Theatre

NE Review: 'Approaching Moomtaj' Is Psychological Warfare
September 26, 2004

Michael Weller's 9/11 Mindbender Debuts at Boston's New Rep