GoJo Clan Productions
A Theatre Company
WHO WE ARE
GoJo Clan Productions is the theatrical production company of Albi Gorn and Robin Joseph. We believe that theatre can be a window into the heart and soul. The expression of the playwright's psyche, the inner workings of an actor's craft, the careful guidance of a director's hand, the subtle support of the technician's stagecraft--all work together to uncover truths about our worlds and to explore our unique stories and our shared humanity.
On Saturday, March 6 at 8 p.m., Robin's new play, Racism 101, will have its world premiere as part of the Aery Theatre's 20/20 "So-Over-Covid" One-Act Play Festival at the Philipstown Depot Theatre in Garrison, NY.
Written and directed by Robin Anne Joseph, the play features actors Leslie Smithey and Donna L. White who play two life-long friends confronting their devotion to each other as they confront some truths about themselves.
From March 19-28, Albi's play, The Rub, will be featured in Axial Theatre's March Madness festival. Written by Albi Gorn and directed by Robin Anne Joseph, the play features Gary Simon and Jacqueline Smith in which two co-workers, dreaming the same dreams, come to realize the pitfalls of falling in love too quickly.
The festival will feature 14 different original one-acts in two virtual programs, made available to ticket-holders for streaming.
For tickets, contact Axial Theatre at 914-286-7680 or firstname.lastname@example.org.