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Jake Cohen

 
Bio:
Jake Cohen (he/him) is a Montreal-born and based performer and proud alumnus of the theatre program at Dawson College, where he received the Bertrand A. Henry Memorial Award upon his graduation. Performance credits include Next to Normal (Contact Theatre), The Space Between (Phantom Limb/Fringe), ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Jake Cohen (he/him) is a Montreal-born and based performer and proud alumnus of the theatre program at Dawson College, where he received the Bertrand A. Henry Memorial Award upon his graduation. Performance credits include Next to Normal (Contact Theatre), The Space Between (Phantom Limb/Fringe), ... (read complete bio)
 

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Will Allen, Govind Kumar, Curtis M. Jackson, Damir Konjicija and Jake Cohen

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02/24/2010


Damir Konjicija and Jake Cohen

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02/24/2010


Rachel Brosnahan and Jake Cohen

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07/20/2009


Martha Lavey and Jake Cohen

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07/20/2009
 

Jake Cohen Biography

Jake Cohen (he/him) is a Montreal-born and based performer and proud alumnus of the theatre program at Dawson College, where he received the Bertrand A. Henry Memorial Award upon his graduation. Performance credits include Next to Normal (Contact Theatre), The Space Between (Phantom Limb/Fringe), VROOM! (Moment Factory), The Bad Hamlet (Dawson), and various roles in the Segal Centre/Tableau D’Hôte’s Voices From The Pandemic series. He was also a cohort member of Mainline Theatre’s first Propeller Program for emerging artists last spring. When not performing, you can find him teaching theatre to some very talented kids across the city, including with Geordie, MCT and Segal Academy. Jake is very excited to perform in Segal/DWYT’s upcoming production of The Sages of Chelm this June.




Jake Cohen News

BWW Review: NEXT TO NORMAL at Monument National Photo BWW Review: NEXT TO NORMAL at Monument National
by Tara McGowan-Ross - May 11, 2022

I like musicals, in theory. I genuinely don’t like very many of them in practice. I know that the true and beautiful melding of rock and musical theatre is possible, because I have seen it. When I’m hard on musicals, I am not angry. I am disappointed. I know that musicals can be good.

Contact Theatre Presents NEXT TO NORMAL; Tickets Now On Sale Photo Contact Theatre Presents NEXT TO NORMAL; Tickets Now On Sale
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 27, 2022

Emerging from the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, award-winning independent Montreal theatre company, Contact Theatre announces Next to Normal, a Pulitzer-prize winning musical about finding light in darkness and finding love in the face of loss. Next to Normal will run from May 6 - 14, 2022, at the Hydro-Québec Studio within the famed Monument National. Tickets now on sale.

Adam Kantor, Sasha Velour and More Take Part in Online Jewish Queer Pride Event Photo Adam Kantor, Sasha Velour and More Take Part in Online Jewish Queer Pride Event
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 25, 2020

Pride celebrations will go on this year for LGBTQ+ Jews with a virtual iteration of Jew York Pride, a collaboration between Out at the J of the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan and major Jewish LGBTQ organizations of New York and around the country.

BWW Previews: tick, tick...BOOM! at the MainLine Theatre 5/15-25, 2019 Photo BWW Previews: tick, tick...BOOM! at the MainLine Theatre 5/15-25, 2019
by Noelle Hannibal - May 13, 2019

Emerging Montreal Theatre Company, Rentrobuff Productions will present its exciting inaugural production of 'tick, tick...BOOM!' from May 15-25, 2019 at the MainLine Theatre. 

Announcing The Chefs And Talent For A TASTE OF SOMETHING NEW Photo Announcing The Chefs And Talent For A TASTE OF SOMETHING NEW
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 5, 2019

The Orchard Project is proud to announce a preview of the chefs, performers and presenters for its 2019 Gala, A TASTE OF SOMETHING NEW, occurring Monday, April 15, 2019 at the Prince George Ballroom and honoring the work of Avram Freedberg and Eva Price (Co-Founders, Maximum Entertainment, Producers of Oklahoma! and Jagged Little Pill) and writers Gabrielle Allan and Jennifer Crittenden (Veep, Divorce, and the musicals Female Troubles and Hollywood Romance).

TORCH SONG TEA Welcomes Leading LGBT Food Experts Photo TORCH SONG TEA Welcomes Leading LGBT Food Experts
by Julie Musbach - Dec 3, 2018

"Torch Song Tea," the monthly cocktails and conversation series for the Broadway community, will welcome leading LGBT chefs and food writers to discuss food and family, on Sunday, December 9 from 6:30 - 8 PM at The Lambs Club (132 West 44th Street).

Alice Eve Cohen's WHAT I THOUGHT I KNEW to Close Out Kitchen Theatre's 22nd Season, 6/12-30
by BWW News Desk - Jun 29, 2013

'Mrs. Cohen, we found a baby in you.' This was the news that greeted Alice Eve Cohen after six months of doctor's appointments and concern over her feelings of lethargy and discomfort - and the alarming lump growing in her abdomen. Cohen's funny and frightening story was the basis for an acclaimed 2009 memoir that she has now adapted for the stage. What I Thought I Knew runs at the Kitchen Theatre from June 12 to 30, with preview performances June 12, 13 and 14. Opening Night is June 15, and the closing performance is on June 30.

Alice Eve Cohen's WHAT I THOUGHT I KNEW Closes Out Kitchen Theatre's 22nd Season, Now thru 6/30
by BWW News Desk - Jun 12, 2013

'Mrs. Cohen, we found a baby in you.' This was the news that greeted Alice Eve Cohen after six months of doctor's appointments and concern over her feelings of lethargy and discomfort - and the alarming lump growing in her abdomen. Cohen's funny and frightening story was the basis for an acclaimed 2009 memoir that she has now adapted for the stage. What I Thought I Knew runs at the Kitchen Theatre from June 12 to 30, with preview performances tonight, June 12 and June 13 and 14. Opening Night is June 15, and the closing performance is on June 30.

Alice Eve Cohen's WHAT I THOUGHT I KNEW to Close Out Kitchen Theatre's 22nd Season, 6/12-30
by Tyler Peterson - Jun 6, 2013

'Mrs. Cohen, we found a baby in you.' This was the news that greeted Alice Eve Cohen after six months of doctor's appointments and concern over her feelings of lethargy and discomfort - and the alarming lump growing in her abdomen. Cohen's funny and frightening story was the basis for an acclaimed 2009 memoir that she has now adapted for the stage. What I Thought I Knew runs at the Kitchen Theatre from June 12 to 30, with preview performances June 12, 13 and 14. Opening Night is June 15, and the closing performance is on June 30.

Shaina Taub Trio Plays Rockwood Stage One Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Nov 29, 2012

THE SHAINA TAUB TRIO, featuring Jake Cohen and Mike Brun, has been honing a repertoire of intimate, acoustic arrangements bursting with three-part harmony. The trio is about to head into the studio to record an EP, to be released in January. Come check out the new sound in the second to last installment of Shaina Taub's 2012 Rockwood residency tonight, November 29th at 7:30 p.m. at Rockwood Stage One, located at 196 Allen Street. Free!