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Jack Mann

 
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Stage Credits

Productions

 
[Broadway, 1986]
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[Broadway, 1986]
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[Broadway, 1985]
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[Off-Broadway, 1985]
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[Broadway, 1984]
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[Broadway, 1983]
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[Broadway, 1983]
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[Broadway, 1982]
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[Broadway, 1982]
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[US Tour, 1980]
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[Broadway, 1980]
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[Broadway, 1979]
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[West End, 1972]
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[US Tour, 1971]
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[Broadway, 1961]
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Stage

Productions

[Broadway, 1986]
Sound Designer

[Broadway, 1986]
Sound Designer

[Broadway, 1985]
Sound Designer

[Off-Broadway, 1985]
Sound Designer

[Broadway, 1984]
Sound Designer

[Broadway, 1983]
Sound Designer

[Broadway, 1983]
Sound Designer

[Broadway, 1982]
Sound Designer

[Broadway, 1982]
Sound Designer

[US Tour, 1980]
Sound Designer

[Broadway, 1980]
Sound Designer

[Broadway, 1979]
Sound Designer

[West End, 1972]
Sound Designer

[US Tour, 1971]
Sound Designer

[Broadway, 1961]
Sound Designer






Jack Mann News

BWW Review: THE CHRONICLES OF BEEBO BRINKER at Desert Ensemble Theater Photo BWW Review: THE CHRONICLES OF BEEBO BRINKER at Desert Ensemble Theater
by Kay Kudukis - Dec 15, 2021

Pulp fiction got its name from the low-quality, pulpy paper the stories were printed on, not the content. However, 'pulp' became synonymous with trashy, back alley reading punctuated with cheap sensationalist thrills, fast-paced plot lines and bad writing. Tell that last bit to John Lange (aka Michael Crichton), Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, and Dashiell Hammett (The Thin Man, and Sam Spade) who have all had off-shoot careers in pulp.

BWW Review: The Heat of CHICAGO Cools at Virginia Samford Theatre Photo BWW Review: The Heat of CHICAGO Cools at Virginia Samford Theatre
by David Edward Perry - Jan 26, 2018

This production of CHICAGO is enjoyable. I was expecting more of an energetic 'umph' from the leads. Without that, I felt the show's energy lacked cohesion from the beginning. It's opening weekend. If they can find that spark, this show will be one hot CHICAGO.

Alabama's New Senator Doug Jones Once Appeared in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD On Stage Photo Alabama's New Senator Doug Jones Once Appeared in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD On Stage
by Alan Henry - Dec 13, 2017

BroadwayWorld has learned that newly elected Alabama Senator Doug Jones has a theatrical past. Jones appeared as the Judge in a production of To Kill A Mockingbird in Birmingham, AL in 2013. The production was staged by The Virginia Samford Theatre.

Dead Writers Theatre Collective to Launch 2017-18 Season with ANGEL STREET (GASLIGHT)
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 7, 2017

The Dead Writers Theatre Collective is thrilled to announce the first show of its 2017-2018 season, Angel Street (Gaslight) by Patrick Hamilton. The show will be a continuation of the Collective's chamber series set in the small intimate space of Stage 773. The show is four performances only April 6-9, with a preview night on April 5. Tickets are now on sale and available at deadwriters.net.

Kara Tointon Stars In GASLIGHT At The Lyceum Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Jan 26, 2017

???????One of the greatest psychological thrillers of all time, Gaslight, comes to the Lyceum Theatre from Monday 20 - Saturday 25 February, starring the celebrated stage and television actress Kara Tointon. 

One Weekend Only BFT Presents LOVE LETTERS
by Julie Musbach - Jan 8, 2017

A SPECIAL WEEKEND OF LOVE! For a limited, one weekend engagement, BFT is happy to host AR Gurney's LOVE LETTERS, directed by Jack Mann, produced by Haden Marsh. This special revival of a story of enduring love stars Bob Penny and Linda Nelson, with Sandra Taylor as stage manager. January 19-22, 2017, with 8pmperformances Thursday-Saturday, and a 2pm matinee on Sunday. Tickets are $25, $10 for students, free for sustaining members! (This is not part of the BFT 2016-17 season, so Season Tickets will only be honored if holder brings a paying guest). Go to our website to order tickets, or call 205-933-2383.

2016 BroadwayWorld Birmingham Awards Winners Announced - Red Mountain Theatre Company Wins Big!
by BWW Special Coverage - Jan 5, 2017

Votes are cast; polls are closed; and results have been tabulated! This was our biggest year yet! After a record number of voters in more than 75 regions worldwide, BroadwayWorld is very excited to announce the 2016 Birmingham winners! Thanks to all who voted, and huge congratulations to all the winners!

Kara Tointon Visits Birmingham to Launch UK Tour of GASLIGHT
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2016

Leading lady Kara Tointon was in Birmingham yesterday to launch a brand new production of one of the greatest thrillers of all time, Gaslight.

Kara Tointon to Lead A Major New Production of Patrick Hamilton's GASLIGHT
by Liz Cearns - Sep 16, 2016

Summer Stages: BWW Top Summer Theatre Picks- Birmingham (Something For Everyone)
by Marietta Lunceford - May 29, 2016

School is out and the fun days of summer are upon us. But that doesn't mean that there isn't a lot of great theatre still available.All of this and there is more coming soon about summer camps and their productions. I know I have a summer full of shows I am seeing. I hope you do, too! As one friend put it, 'If you are ever bored in Birmingham, it is your own fault!' Amen.

Jack Mann Videos

VIDEO: Teaser Promo for ALL MY CHILDREN,ONE LIFE TO LIVE Reboots
by Caryn Robbins - Mar 19, 2013

Daytime sudsers All My Children and One Life to Live will be revived beginning April 29th via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes. Prospect Park, the studio behind the incarnations, has released a first teaser promo for the dramas. Check it out below!

STAGE TUBE: On This Day 3/18- DO I HEAR A WALTZ?
by Stage Tube - Mar 18, 2013

Today in 1965, Do I hear a Waltz? opened at the 46th St. Thetare (Now the Richard Rodgers Theatre), where it ran for 220 performances. Do I Hear a Waltz? is a musical with a book by Arthur Laurents, music by Richard Rodgers, and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. It was adapted from Laurents' 1952 play The Time of the Cuckoo, which was the basis for the 1955 film Summertime starring Katharine Hepburn. The Broadway cast included Elizabeth Allen, Sergio Franchi, Carol Bruce, Madeleine Sherwood, Julienne Marie, Stuart Damon, Fleury D'Antonakis, and Jack Manning. It was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical, Best Original Score, and Best Scenic Design, but lost in all three categories.

VIDEO: Revised Soaps Launch Comeback With 'Sexy Photo Shoot'
by Caryn Robbins - Mar 1, 2013

Prospect Park recently announced that it will be reviving the long running daytime dramas ONE LIFE TO LIVE and ALL MY CHILDREN. To celebrate, stars of the soaps got together for what ET calls a 'sexy photo shoot.' Check out the video below!

STAGE TUBE: On This Day 3/18- DO I HEAR A WALTZ?
by Stage Tube - Mar 18, 2012

Today in 1965, Do I hear a Waltz? opened at the 46th St. Thetare (Now the Richard Rodgers Theatre), where it ran for 220 performances. Do I Hear a Waltz? is a musical with a book by Arthur Laurents, music by Richard Rodgers, and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. It was adapted from Laurents' 1952 play The Time of the Cuckoo, which was the basis for the 1955 film Summertime starring Katharine Hepburn. The Broadway cast included Elizabeth Allen, Sergio Franchi, Carol Bruce, Madeleine Sherwood, Julienne Marie, Stuart Damon, Fleury D'Antonakis, and Jack Manning. It was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical, Best Original Score, and Best Scenic Design, but lost in all three categories.