By Charly Evon Simpson
Directed by Summer L. Williams
Jump portrait picture


From an exciting new voice in American theatre comes this enlightening story about the bonds that unite us, and the journey of experiencing grief.

Jump is a poignant and heartwarming play about family, spiritual journeys, and life-altering connections. In this world of fantasy, lights flicker, things fall from the sky, and a bridge becomes a place of solace and healing. A young woman named Fay comes home to pack after the loss of her mother and the family home. She seeks solace by visiting the bridge her mother took her to as a child. There she begins to take notice of mysterious circumstances happening in the world around her. 

View the digital program for this production here.

CONTENT TRANSPARENCY: This play contains subject matter including depression, grief, loss, suicidal ideation, domestic violence, and resilience. We encourage all patrons to use their own discretion in determining the appropriateness of the material. CLICK HERE for detailed content by scene (contains spoilers).

This production includes actors smoking herbal cigarettes and water-based vapes, plus the use of water-based smoke for theatrical effect, which may generate a light haze in the theatre.


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Childcare Matinee | Sunday, February 5
Cast Conversation | Thursday, February 9


PHOTOS BY Kiirstn Pagan Photography


Everyman Company Everyman Resident Company
Morgan Danielle Day
Morgan Danielle Day Judy
Billie Krishawn
Billie Krishawn Fay
Tony Nam
Tony Nam Hopkins
Jefferson A. Russell
Jefferson A. Russell Dad

Artistic + Creative Team

Daniel Ettinger
Set Design
Harold F. Burgess, II
Lighting Design
Moyenda Kulemeka
Costume Design
Pornchanok Kanchanabanca
Sound Design
Lewis Shaw
Fights + Intimacy
Kate Kilbane
Stage Manager
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