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Jared Reynolds is a writer, actor, and director. He graduated from the University of New Haven with a BA in Theater Arts in 2018. He is also experience in other fields of theater, including lighting design, board operation, and set building.

His writing credits includes his short plays, "Blizzard," "E.Y.E.," and "The Missing Connection," at the University of New Haven, and his short play collection, "Connections," at the Brookfield Theater.

Some of his acting credits include the Favorite Son in Brookfield Theater of the Art's "American Idiot," Al Deluca in the University of New Haven's "A Chorus Line, and Sam in Actorsinger's "A Wild Party."

His directing credits include being a contributing director to the University of New Haven Theater Department's collaborative production, "Empathy," and the short play, "What Remains of Youth," by Erik Gernand.

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Review: Celebrating the Peanuts with YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN at Brookfield Theatre For The Arts

Nostalgia is a powerful tool. It can bring back memories that you had long forgotten, and it can make you smile with fondness. Everyone experiences nostalgia differently, but at its core, its job is to make us feel. The cast and crew come together to bring the joy of the Peanuts to life at Brookfield Theatre with You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.

Review: Learning How to S-P-E-L-L Again at the 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE at TheatreWorks New Milford

The dramas of my childhood years seem so small now, so insignificant, like a trivial problem today felt like the end of the world back then, and that’s exactly what the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee dug out of the depths of my brain like a repressed memory.

Review: Bouncing Fun with FUN HOME at Brookfield Theater For The Arts

We all have those shows that cut you to your core in a way that few other things can, and based on the opening night audience at the Brookfield Theatre for the Arts, Fun Home is that show for a lot of people. From the moment the band walked on stage, the cast and crew of Brookfield Theatre’s Fun Home had the audience caught: hook, line, and ring of keys.

Review: 3X3 FESTIVAL: HOW I LEARNED WHAT I LEARNED at Brookfield Theater Of The Arts

The Brookfield Theatre of the Arts’ 3X3 Festival continues with August Wilson’s 'How I Learned What I Learned.' Following in the footsteps of Jay Presson Allen’s Tru, How I Learned What I Learned finds August Wilson- played by Jeramie Gladman- reflecting on his upbringing, his friends, and his career through a series of stories and events that shaped his life, his relationships, and his professional development. Jeramie's passion is infectious in this exploration of Wilson's life.

Review: 3X3 FESTIVAL: TRU begins the Festival with Flair at Brookfield Theater Of The Arts

There is so much more to Theatre than just musicals and full-length plays. For a single actor in a solo show to stand on that stage and create a work of art by themselves is bold and can be just as thrilling as a 30-person dance ensemble. 'Tru' set the bar high for the rest of the Festival.

Review: SCOTLAND ROAD Takes the Audience on a Voyage at TheatreWorks New Milford

Under the watchful eye of Director Jocelyn Beard, the cast of TheatreWorks New Milford’s production of Scotland Road took the audience on a voyage from 1993 to explore the sinking of the Titanic, way back in 1912. The show's authenticity contributed to the immersion of the entire production, creating an unforgettable and thought-provoking night.

Review: TWELFTH NIGHT at Brookfield Theater Of The Arts

What do colored socks, fountains, and random head injuries have in common? Did you guess Shakespeare and hilarity? Because that’s exactly what Brookfield Theater has for their current production of Twelfth Night; an iconic comedy that, like all Shakespearean plays, provides as many opportunities as obstacles for production.

Lauren Calve Sets Co-Headline Tour Ahead of Debut Album

Shift was recorded in Nashville at 3Sirens Music Group with producer, engineer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Dex Green (Margo Price, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Allison Russell) along with a stellar line-up of musical talent including Fred Eltringham on drums (ACM Drummer of the Year, Drumeo Country Drummer of the Year, Sheryl Crow, Willie Nelson).

Review: MR. BURNS: A POST-ELECTRIC PLAY shines a light at Brookfield Theater Of The Arts

The cast and crew of Brookfield Theatre's 'Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play,' creates a resourceful new world for the audience to explore, all stemming from a campfire retelling of The Simpsons.

Review: Urine Good Company with URINETOWN at Brookfield Theater For The Arts

Brookfield Theater of the Arts’ production of Urinetown was fresh and unique and brought joy to every single member of the audience, whether it was their first time or twenty first time.

Lauren Calve to Release New Single 'Shift' Tomorrow

Shift was recorded in Nashville at 3Sirens Music Group with producer, engineer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Dex Green (Margo Price, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Allison Russell) along with a stellar line-up of musical talent including Fred Eltringham on drums (ACM Drummer of the Year, Drumeo Country Drummer of the Year, Sheryl Crow, Willie Nelson).

Review: CASH ON DELIVERY Delivers at TheatreWorks New Milford

Like a heart racing during a marathon, the pacing of a show can make it or break it. Pacing is one thing that TheatreWorks New Milford got absolutely right in their production of 'Cash on Delivery', by Michael Cooney. To put it simply: Sit back and enjoy.

THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY Opens At Bridgetown Conservatory Of Musical Theatre

Bridgetown Conservatory of Musical Theatre has announced the cast of its May 2022 in-person live production of The Theory of Relativity, by Neil Bartram and Brian Hill. The production will take place May 19 through May 22, 2022 in Bridgetown's new Black Box Theatre. After postponing the production in 2020, and again in 2021, Bridgetown has high hopes for a successful third try.

BWW Review: 'THE EXTREMISTS?' 'Exactly...' at TheatreWorks New Milford

What does 12 Angry Men and The Extremists have in common? Did you guess politics? Because if so, you would be right. On the set of a politics talk show, “Issues in Focus,” Dick Hedgerow brings on a guest, Norman Krieger, to discuss his upcoming book on battling extremism in the world. What was set up to be a dry, lengthy discussion turned into a frantic introspection of who the extremists really are.

BWW Review: SHIRLEY VALENTINE Lightens Up The Season at Brookfield Theatre Of The Arts

The village came together to raise a child, putting all of their skills to the stage to blow the audience away with a light-hearted, uplifting, and hilarious story that brought us all to the sunny shores of Greece; or, at least how we imagine that would feel.

BWW Review: The NIGHT OF THE ASSASSINS overwhelm at Brookfield Theatre Of The Arts

The best part of reviewing shows is that I have the opportunity to see shows that I have never heard of before. I entered Brookfield Theater to see Night of the Assassins, and I settled in for what promised to be an intense afternoon; an intensity that surpassed all expectations.

Last Chance To Vote For The BroadwayWorld Connecticut Awards; SPONGEBOB Leads Best Musical!

This is the last chance to vote for the 2021 BroadwayWorld Connecticut Awards! The 2021 Regional Awards honor productions which had their first performance between October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021.

Final Weeks To Vote For The BroadwayWorld Connecticut Awards; Pantochino's SPONGEBOB Leads Best Musical!

Time is running out to vote for for the 2021 BroadwayWorld Connecticut Awards! The 2021 Regional Awards honor productions which had their first performance between October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021.

BWW Review: A Lesson Learned with DOT at Brookfield Theatre

Not every Christmas is a happy one- that’s just the reality of growing up- but that doesn’t mean that the holiday season can’t still be special. You must make the most of every moment you can because you never know when those moments will run out. This lesson rang loud and true on stage at the Brookfield Theater during their production of 'Dot,' by Colman Domingo.

Vote For The 2021 BroadwayWorld Connecticut Awards; Playhouse On Park's PIPPIN Leads Best Musical

Our readers set the nominees, and now voting is open for the 2021 BroadwayWorld Connecticut Awards! The 2021 Regional Awards honor productions which had their first performance between October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021.

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