After a successful run at Joe’s Pub, Daniel Alexander Jones returns to the stage as Jomama Jones, his critically-acclaimed alter-ego, in this revival for turbulent times. More…
Jomama leads an intimate journey – through the darkness of personal and political upheaval, and the shards of shattered illusions – illuminated by spontaneous humor. Set to pop, soul, rock and disco, this immersive performance piece strives to remove the barrier between artist and audience through inquiry, story, and song.
See it if you'd like a cabaret act w/wit and brains (and sequins!). Fun and flirty Jo tells a good story. She sings, too, altho the songs are iffy.
Don't see it if you want memorable music/lyrics. Music is loud, lights flash. But go anyway, be dazzled by Jo, and feel empowered to resist.
See it if If you want a show that you will not remember a lot of 5 minutes after you leave.
Don't see it if If you do not want a show where all the songs meld into one, or all sound the same.
See it if you are interested in experiencing a set of terrific, pointed songs, sharply told stories & a little community for 90 minutes.
Don't see it if you want a drama: The drama here is in the songs sung, the tales told & the interplay among performer, collaborators & audience.
See it if you like a good story & original music- not a play or a musical, but excellent voices, including a cappella, a great band, staging, lighting
Don't see it if you are looking for a musical - this is more a cabaret act with both table seating and a couple rows of seats.
See it if You're in the mood for a category-defying, musically diverse, memoir, spiritual, cabaret-style performance that's fun w/a message.
Don't see it if You want traditional musical theatre. You don't like cabaret. You want a linear storyline. You don't want a message w/your entertainment.
See it if Jomama tells her story in word and song and invites us to cross threshold to post-racial&gender world to treat everyone with love & respect.
Don't see it if You dislike cabaret or cross-dressing and prefer a more typically structured musical.
See it if You enjoy Jomama Jones and want to see all their shows. Original songs all sounded the same - I couldn’t give you a memorable line.
Don't see it if You want to see variety in your night-club shows. The songs all melted together and the monologues didn’t get much of an audience reaction
See it if you seek theater that is non-traditional, off the beaten path, and experimental in nature. This story hits all these buttons and more.
Don't see it if DIFFERENT and UNCONVENTIONAL are not words you mention with looking for an evening in the theater.
See it if you enjoy cabaret-style shows, great music w/good vocals, excellent story-telling, numerous costume-changes, starring a gender illusionist.
Don't see it if none of the above floats your boat. It's a great night, different from most, makes you think, takes you to church, & maybe the voting booth.
See it if you're into a charming character giving you original cabaret material and are a fan of seeing mermaid sequin outfits.
Don't see it if you're expecting a more cohesive theme or don't like holding hands with strangers.
See it if you're up for unusual fare, e.g., performer in drag, in cabaret setting. I was wary but quickly won over by lead's storytelling & charisma.
Don't see it if you want a traditional play format, w/ linear story, dialogue & so on; or a musical (tho the band is great); too young to reminisce re '70s.
See it if you'd enjoy a semi-autobiographical story-telling cabaret show by a charming performer with some really nice songs & lots of sequins
Don't see it if you're looking for a full, coherent musical or deep meaning; this show is sweet & wonderful while it lasts but instantly forgettable
See it if you like cabaret shows. This one is very entertaining and would be more so if politics were left out (it wasn't at all relevant to the show
Don't see it if you're looking for a standard off-Broadway musical
See it if It is a superbly done, arresting musical that is thought provoking and entertaining throughout.
Don't see it if I can't think of a reason See it.
See it if The Jomama persona is very engaging. storytelling draws you in with a message to boot. Be open to see things from different point of view.
Don't see it if Band very talented, but the music is loud and unevenly appealing.
See it if you enjoy intimate venues, cabaret style shows or thought provoking good story-telling mixed with original songs.
Don't see it if you like big productions, fast paced story, or dislike cabaret style concerts.
See it if you want to hear some impressive vocals and many changes glittery outfits.
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with alternative lifestyles, looking for a happy-go-lucky show, want fluff, want something fast-paced
See it if for Jones' soulful incarnation of an R&B diva with a sobering though ultimately uplifting story to tell in words and song
Don't see it if you expect a conventional drag performance: Jones is practicing something subtler & less obvious; you don't like direct audience address
See it if you are in the area and you want to see a show. If you want to see an amateur play.
Don't see it if It was boring, the problem is that is advertised as immersive. This is not immersive, just because she asks a few questions to the audience.
See it if Jomama Jones is the one-person dynamo. Jones really draws you in by telling her story while peppering songs throughout the performance.
Don't see it if Great band and singers make this a nice evening at the theater with a cabaret setting while being enchanted by Jomama Jones.
See it if you want a powerful performance. Much of it is incredibly enchanting, immersive, & engaging (& very relevant).
Don't see it if you want something fast paced or a traditional, linear story line. It's heartfelt but moves outside the standard storytelling tropes.
See it if you enjoy the power of an engaging storyteller. Jomama Jones is charismatic, fierce, vulnerable, relevant, and witty. Enjoy the ride!
Don't see it if you want to see a traditional show. This is more like a structured cabaret performance with fabulous storytelling than a standard musical.
See it if You enjoy good singing and original songs. The story telling is very interesting.
Don't see it if If you enjoy music but only with popular works
See it if You enjoy good acting and singing in a cabaret setting discussing thought provoking and relevant topics.
Don't see it if You prefer a cogent story line and feel uncomfortable with feeling your feelings about various topics.