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​Jaysen Wright 

​Actor & teacher 

Queery Interview with The Washington Blade

By Joey DiGuglielmo

​The Theater J folks seem to know murky family dramas play well over the holidays. One thinks of last year’s Tony Kushner play “The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures.” This year, the company is offering “Sons of the Prophet,” a 2012 Pulitzer Prize finalist and dark comedy by Stephen Karam in which two gay brothers in Pennsylvania experience a terrible year in which their father dies in a freak accident with a plastic deer decoy... Actor Jaysen Wright is in the cast. The D.C. native returned to the region in 2012 after stints in Iowa for college and Indiana for graduate school... read more.

Take Ten Interview with theatreWashington​

By Sandy Bass

1. What was the first show you ever saw, and what impact did it have? 

When I was 10 or 11, my godmother took me to see The Tempest at the Shakespeare Theatre Company here in DC. It was beautiful, strange, hilarious, and completely engrossing. I got lost in it. I think I’ve been chasing that feeling ever since. Even though I didn’t understand everything that was happening, it completely wrapped me up in the moment... read more.