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Jackson Gillman, Stand-Up Chameleon

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE & TAPES

The following are some of the groups for which I'll be performing in the coming months. Public shows have a phone contact listed and it's always a good idea to call ahead as events are subject to change. Also, feel free to e-mail me if you are interested in attending any of the other presentations. Often, my performances are for private groups or functions, but whenever possible, I'll make arrangements for you to see a performance if you are considering a program. One live show is worth more than any # of words and how I get the vast majority of my work.

 

2000 Schedule

January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December |

January 8
E. Sangerville ME Grange Coffeehouse, 7 pm #207-564-2722
January 10 -15
13th annual New England Performers Retreat Vaudeville Shows, 3 & 8 pm, Brattleboro VT #802-387-5764
January 20
March of Dimes annual banquet, Lewiston ME
January 22
Edison School Benefit, public show, K of C Hall, Sanford ME 8 pm, #207-324-1593
February 11
Cornerhouse Inn, Center Sandwich NH, "Fool for Love" 7 pm dinner show, #603-284-6219
February 15
Veazie ME Community School, 9:30 am assembly program
February 16
Castine ME Men's Club, Valentine social
February 19
New England Speakers Association meeting, Westford MA
February 26-27
Portland Players Night of 100 Stars, #207-773-2658
March 1 or 2
River Tree Arts, Artists' Showcase, Kennebunk ME, #207-985-4343
March 3
College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor ME, 8 pm, group benefit show, #207-288-5015
March 4
Bangor CVB Trade Show, Bangor Mall, #800-91-MOOSE
March ?,
speaking part in "Baby, It's Cold Outside" movie shoot, Bridgton ME
March 9-10
Denmark ME Ars Council, 6:30 pm public evening show, morning school assembly the next day #207-452-2045
March 11
Alliance for Education Showcase, Holy Cross Campus, Worcester MA, #508-754-9425
March 18
JFK Library, Boston MA, 10:30 am, "Riot in the Garden" #617-929-4548
March 23
Hermon ME School, Reading/Writing Spectacular, #207-848-2161
March 25
Childrens Music Network Gathering, Worcester MA, #207-549-3846
March 26
Sharing the Fire, NE Storytelling Conference, MIT Cambridge MA, #781-721-2730
March 31 - April 2
New England Speakers Association conference, Westford MA
April 2
Lilly's on the Pond, 5-8 pm dinner Blues and comedy, Rindge NH, #603-899-3322
April 4
Stonington ME Elementary School, "DAOW!" - Maine assembly
April 6
8:45 am, Noble Jr High School, "The Perfect High"
April 6
Speech/Language/Hearing Conference, Portland Holiday Inn
April 7
Bangor Garden Show, 10 am, "BUGS!" #207-990-1201
April 9
Bangor Garden Show, 2 pm "Riot in the Garden" #207-990-1201
April 10
Searsport ME High School, "Hard Knocks"
April 11
Maine Resource Recovery Association, Samoset Resort, Rockport ME
April 14 -15
Stone Soup Storytelling Festival, Woodruff SC, #864-476-3516
April 26
Forest Ave School, Hudson MA, "Riot in the Garden" assemblies
April 29
The Hope Festival, noon, Brewer ME Auditorium, #207-942-9343
April 29
Rockland ME Sea Ceilidh, 8 pm, Rockland High School, #207-594-1800
May 1
staying close to home in anticipation of my firstborn....

May 9
Unity ME Elementary School, "Riot in the Garden"

May 10
Legal Secretaries Association, Auburn ME Colliseum
May 12
Old Town ME High School, "The Perfect High"
May 17-19
Maine Performing Arts Network conference, Bethel ME Inn
May 23
Stearns High School, Millinockett ME, "Hard Knocks"
May 25
Stearns High School, Millinockett ME, "Hard Knocks" & "Fool for Love"
May 26
Windsor ME School, "Riot in the Garden" & "The Perfect High"
May 27
Bob Blue Coffeehouse, Amherst MA, #413-256-8784
June 10
Independent Computer Consultants Association, Andover MA - "A Little Byte of Humor" closing keynote
June 27
Wellness Conference, ME Dept of Education, Sugarloaf ME
June 30 - July 2
Deck House Cabaret reunion, Bass Harbor ME, 207-244-5044
Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m. July 5, 12, 19, 26
College of the Atlantic Natural History Museum "Nature in Action" #207-288-5015
Thursdays 10:30 a.m. July 6, 13, 20, 27
Acadia Repertory Theater, Somesville ME "Jackson's Top Ten" (10th year revue) #207-244-7260
July 6, 6:30 p.m.
Science is Fun Night, MDI Bio Lab, Salisbury Cove ME #207-288-3605
July 27
Maine Chowder & Steak House, Belfast ME, 8 pm comedy, 207-338-5225
July 27
Belfast ME Free Library, 2 pm, #207-388-3884
July 29
Fort Knox Bay Festival, Bucksport ME, noon and 1 pm, 207-469-6818
July 31
Northeast Harbor ME Library, 10 a.m. Childrens hour, 207-276-3333
Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m. August 2, 9, 16, 23
College of the Atlantic Natural History Museum "Nature in Action" #207-288-5015
Thursdays 10:30 a.m. August 3, 10, 17, 24
Acadia Repertory Theater, Somesville ME "Jackson's Top Ten" (10th year revue) #207-244-7260
August 4
Chattanooga TN Library, 11 am, #423-757-5420
August 26
Natick MA Center for the Arts, afternoon & evening shows, 508-647-0179
September 2 - 6 Onset MA retreat
September 22 - 24, Common Ground Country Fair, Unity ME, 10:30 & 4:00, Riot in the Garden
September 26, playing the role of Farmer in feature film shooting of "Liberty, Maine"
October 6, "Birth, Breastfeeding & Beyond" conference, Lewiston ME
October 7 & 9, Harvest Days, Drumlin Farm, Lincoln MA, noon and 2 pm, 781-259-9506
October 11, Passim's, Harvard Square, Cambridge MA, 8 pm, 617-492-7679
October 12, Tour group, Bar Harbor ME
October 13-15, National gathering of the Children's Music Network, Warwick NY
October 23, Sisterhood Donor Dinner, Cape Cod Synagogue, Hyannis MA
October 26, Women, Infants & Children Nutritional Program, Bar Harbor ME
October 30, Maine Destination Day, Holiday Inn Portland, 1:30 - 4:30, 207-772-4994
November 6-9, Southern Aroostook County Schools, "Perfect High" and "Hard Knocks"
November 14-16, Kipling stories at his historic home Naulakha in Brattleboro VT
November 29, Greenfield, MA, Center School
December 1, Sippican Hard Ware Cafe (folk club), Marion MA, 9 pm, 508-748-9992
December 7, Cornerhouse Inn dinner/storytelling, Center Sandwich NH, 603-284-6219 for reservations
December 9, Penobscot Marine Museum, Searsport ME, 2 pm, 207-548-2529
December 15, Dr. Libby School, Milford ME, assembly program
December 22, Fidelity Investments Family Holiday Party, Marlborough, MA
December 31, Portsmouth NH First Night, 6:45, 7:45, 8:45, @ Seacoast Repertory Theatre
603-431-5388

January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December |

AUDIO & VIDEO TAPES

You can take home some of Jackson's memorable characters with audio and video performances available for purchase.

Rudyard Kipling's "Just So" -- Videotape
Rudyard Kipling, who loved to have fun with the English language, wrote his famous "Just So" stories for his "best beloved," his children. Ever since, these stories have been loved by generations of children and adults alike. In this series, Jackson re-tells the stories exactly as they were written and in a performance style that Mr. Kipling himself would love to hear and watch. Produced by Chip Taylor.

To order, contact Jackson by e-mail, or order on-line directly from Chip Taylor Communications, $25 plus shipping & handling, (one-time broadcast rights $99.99)

Downeast Ballads
by Ruth Moore and Others
Experience a memorable raft of characters from the Maine coast. Among others, there's Charley, who "sees some mighty strange things when is FUI (Fishing Under the Influence)," Old Randall, who everyone knew was "dumb as a hake," Sam, who thought he'd seen a German submarine, and Gray, who thought he'd seen his last. From "The Darker Side" of eerie fogs and loved ones lost at sea, to "The Lighter Side," a delightful compendium of spoken and sung ballads. Featuring the writing and musical talents of Ruth Moore, Gordon Bok, Benny Rehl, and others.

To order, contact Jackson by e-mail, $10 plus shipping & handling

Answering Machine Messages
If you've seen and heard Jackson's characters live, then you'll be sure to want one or more of his wacky alter egos to answer the phone while you're away. Greet incoming calls with Wolfman Jackson, comedic slices of favorite tv shows, or Shakespoof. Or, have Jackson create a special message just for you, your group or organization.

To order, contact Jackson by e-mail, $10 plus shipping & handling

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