Projects with Jason

Projects with Jason (PwJ) was established by theatre arts advocate and professional stage manager J. Jason Daunter. Projects with Jason has evolved as a group of friends who continually “got the call” to volunteer on various projects with Jason through the years.  It is the spirit and tone of these events and the process of developing them that has kept people coming back for more.    

Jason’s devotion to the arts started back in high school in O’Fallon, Missouri at Fort Zumwalt North High School.  Theatre literally saved his life.  Throughout his career, Jason has led teams in the creation of some legendary benefits and unique cabaret experiences with talented collaborators including Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the American Theatre Wing, the Educational Theatre Association, and the Educational Theatre Foundation.  

By establishing Projects with Jason, the hope is that even more, talented and willing collaborators will join the team to develop and support projects that will challenge the artists, focus on the collaboration, and give back to the community. 

Projects with Jason remind us that we are all part of something larger.

Celebrate! The 1 Year Anniversary of Projects with Jason and Jason’s 40th Birthday

A Star-Studded Extravaganza celebrating the mission of PwJ and our Artistic Director and Founder. Performances by some of Broadway’s finest in unique collaborations with students from across the country. Hosted by Nicole Parker with Musical Supervision by Jason Yarcho.

Live! April 17th 8:00pmET/5:00pmPT 

With a Donation of $100 or more to be invited to the exclusive Zoom
after party with members of the cast and creative team of Celebrate. Also,
Nicole Parker, Kathy Fitzgerald, and the Jasons (Daunter & Yarcho) will be
in the studio together and are sure to surprise and delight.

 

Celebrate! Info, Tickets + Donate HERE!

 

 

Bringing together working professionals and talented students

 

 


Virtual
Cabaret

Student performers share material from the musical theatre catalog in a cabaret setting on the internet where the students perform from their own homes. Through online technical rehearsals, the mission of PwJ is realized through coaching with team members from the professional world. Adding a professional performer to the series each week gives a different perspective, one that is both motivational and honest. 

Artists in conversation

A conversation with legendary artists discussing their career that led to notable performances onstage or on screen.  Each show includes a variety of students from all over the country.

     Tech      Table

Tech Table is an exciting online learning opportunity for technical theatre students and teachers alike. In these live streams, backstage artists interact with those who will create the theatre of tomorrow, sharing their experience, stories, and wisdom.

Testimonials

 

 

Kayla bryant
Virtual Cabaret Student

“One of my favorite moments was watching how the tech rehearsals were run and being “on deck” and “on stage” and “off stage” while never even leaving my bedroom! Technology is the new frontier and it’s crazy to think that this whole event in history is bringing people together via technology, while keeping them safely distanced from each other at home!”

Bryson Carter
Artist in conversation Student

“You are working with the best in the business! The Projects with Jason team consists of experienced professionals! Plus, it is really fun to be able to sing for possibly hundreds of people!”

Rose Koo
Virtual Cabaret Student

“I am so so grateful that I got to be a part of it and it is definitely an experience I will not forget! I think Virtual Cabaret is such a neat idea, and it’s given so many high school theatre kids a chance to be theatre kids in their own homes. I absolutely loved being a part of it, so thank you so much!”

Jeremy Burd
Tech Table Student

“Behind the Tech Table was truly one of the greatest opportunities that I have ever been offered. I highly recommend any high school theatre tech person to try and be on Behind the Tech Table.”

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