Jomama Jones

Night Flowers: An Evening With Jomama Jones Oct 19, 2017

Jomama Jones (photo: J.D. Urban)

$25 • BUY TICKETS Merrill Wright Mainstage

Jomama Jones invites you to join her to mark the lengthening nights and to explore the power of witness, of dream and of regeneration in our turbulent time. Night Flowers will feature Jomama’s original songs taken from her albums Flowering, Six Ways Home, Radiate, and Lone Star. Dr. Bobby Halvorson, Jones’ longtime collaborator will join her for this intimate event of music and storytelling. Jomama Jones has been called “a true theatrical original” by Backstage Magazine. Her show Radiate sold out Soho Rep and toured across the USA. Her new show Black Light was part of Under the Radar at Joe’s Pub in the Public Theater and will return to the Public for a six-week run in 2018. 

Daniel Alexander Jones makes theatre, music, and live performance. His wildflower body of work continues to grow in dialogue with a wide range of collaborators and audiences. Duat premiered at Soho Rep in 2016 to critical acclaim (including a five-star review from Time Out). His other performance pieces and plays include Phantasmatron, Phoenix Fabrik, Blood:Shock:Boogie, and Bel Canto. Daniel received a 2015 Doris Duke Artist Award in recognition of his risk-taking practice and a 2016 USA Artist Fellow; he was also named an inaugural Mellon Foundation Creative Research Fellow at the University of Washington in Seattle for 2017–2019. 



Night Flowers: An Evening With Jomama Jones is presented in partnership with Meany Center for the Performing Arts and the UW School of Drama. Daniel Alexander Jones is a Fellow with the Creative Fellowships Initiative, an interdisciplinary pilot project at the University of Washington exploring the nature of creative research.