Theater J is excited to the announce Creative Connections – the expansion of its supplemental artistic programming into a more robust, independent series, aiming to more closely connect audiences with artists, the artistic process, the broader DC community, and themselves.

Creative Connections for Theater J’s upcoming production of The Chameleon range from symposia conversations around identity in superhero and comic book history, featuring local artists,  and the complications of assmilation. Expanding past panel discussions, Creative Connections include the launch of a Dinner and a Show series, where audiences can gather together over a meal before a performance, alongside workshops, comic book pop-up shops, and more.


See You Tomorrow 

Sunday 11/19, post 2 PM show- Creative Connection: Symposium Conversation – Caregiving in the Sandwich Generation

Caregiving is an act of great love and great effort. This is especially true when giving care while living as a member of the sandwich generation – providing care both for aging parents and for children yourself.

Join Counselor social worker and a certified Aging Life Care Manager Margi Helsel-Arnold, Scenic Designer and Advocate Nephalie Andonyadis, facilitated by Rabbi Rachel Hersh, Director of Jewish Enrichment & Engagement at the Jewish Social Service Agency as they unpack what it means to caring in the middle.

Tuesday, 11/21, post 7:30 evening show- Creative Conversation with Iris Bahr and Hayley Finn

Come get to know the artists behind the curtain! Join See You Tomorrow artist Iris Bahr and Theater J Artistic Director Hayley Finn for a conversation about writing new work, See You Tomorrow, and more.


Sunday 12/10, post 2 PM show- Creative Connection: Solo Performance Workshop

More information to come!

Sunday 12/17, post 2 PM show- Creative Connection: Symposiu Conversation – Faith Leaders on Faith

More information to come!