Trial on the Potomac, The Impeachment of Richard Nixon - August 04 - September 04, 2021

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  Who's Who (bios)  

Jerry Rosenberg, a native of Jacksonville, Florida, was a business major in college and began acting in Las Vegas. Jerry is credited in several movies, television dramas, and sitcoms, including "Rain Man", "Midnight Run", "Lucky Chances", and "Crime Story". Jerry has acted in and produced several other works, including "Murder Mysteries" for Disney World and "Role of a Lifetime", starring Scott Bakula and Kathryn Morris. Jerry's other producing credits include "10 Attitudes", starring Jason Stuart, "Making it to the Middle", a comedy DVD, and a C. D., "Christmas Songs and More"  In 2000, after creating "Stoney" The Rainbow Beanie for the 30th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, Jerry was given the honor to be the Logo Vendor for the Millennium March on Washington. He founded the Unity Dinner fundraiser, as well as the Black Tie Annual Dinner. Jerry sits on the boards for his P-FLAG chapter, N-FAN, The Harold Arlen Foundation, The Las Vegas Symphony, JFBP, Rainbow House, Elder Source Task Force, and is President Emeritus of River City Pride.  Jerry is the Executive Producer of "Surviving Mommie Dearest", starring Christina Crawford, and associate producer along with his brother A. J. for "The Wonderful Wizard Of Song" and “PINK”, the Movie and Musical.  Jerry and A. J. own The Metro Entertainment Complex in Jacksonville, Florida.



Edmund Gaynes, Producer - General Manager. As a theatre producer, Mr. Gaynes’ Off-Broadway productions include the long-running hit  Black Angels Over Tuskegee (10 years), as well as  Zero Hour (Drama Desk Award),  The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith (Drama Desk and Lortel nominations), Danny and Sylvia: The Danny Kaye Musical, The Rise of Dorothy Hale, The Big Voice: God or Merman?,  Cougar The Musical,  Picon Pie, Emily Mann’s  Annulla, A Brush With Georgia O’Keeffe, Trolls, Panache, Chaim’s Love Song, Matty: An Evening with Christy Mathewson, Einstein: A Stage Portrait and Bein’ With Behan- nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award. He also produced over 50 productions in  LA, including the  West Coast premieres of Marry Me a Little and Starting Here, Starting Now - nominated for four Ovation Awards for his productions of The Taffetas and Songs the Girls Sang. Mr. Gaynes also produced the National Tour of  Gilligan’s  Island: The Musical, which played coast to coast. He currently operates an Off-Broadway theatre in NYC: Actors temple Theatre, and for fifteen years operated St. Luke’s Theatre. He also operates the  Whitmore-Lindley Theatre Center and the BrickHouse Theatre in Los Angeles. He has appeared as an actor in 13 Broadway and Off-Broadway shows including Green willow with Anthony  Perkins, The Body Beautiful with Jack Warden, Promenade with Madeline Kahn, Edward Albee’s Bartleby, and Best Foot Forward, with co-star Christopher Walken and Liza Minnelli and sang Buckle-Down, Winsocki on the original cast album. He has worked with Elia Kazan, Stella Adler, Herb Ross, George Abbott, George Roy Hill, Bobby Lewis, Peter Hunt, George Schaeffer, Robert Moore, Alan Schneider, Joe Layton, Gene Saks, Martin Charnin, and Jerome Robbins. TV: Mary Martin’s Peter Pan, Cheers, Kojak, a recurring role on The Patty Duke  Show,  N.Y.P.D., The Sid Caesar Hour, Playhouse   90,  The Ed Sullivan Show, among many others, as well as a two-year run as Paul Stewart on As the World Turns. Mr. Gaynes was recently presented with the Legend of Off-Broadway honor by the Off-Broadway Alliance at Sardi’s in NYC.









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