|Jeff continues to do school visits and
writing and multi-media workshops for
elementary and middle school students.
He recently completed his seventh year
as Writer-in Residence at Ardsley Middle
School. Details here:
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|In May 2015, the first Russian
Language version of Visiting
Mr. Green opened at
the Lermontov Theatre in
Almaty, Kazakhstan. Starring
legendary 96-year old Yuri
Pomerantsev, and Anton
Mitnëv, directed by Sergei
Popov in a translation by
Mikhael Polichtchouk, ВИЗИТЫ
К МИСТЕРУ ГРИН continues
performances through 2020.
|A revival of Visiting Mr. Green opened in
Rome at Teatro della Cometa on November
12, 2015 to rave reviews. Starring
Massimo de Francovich as Mr. Green and
Maximilian Nisi as Ross, the production is
directed by Piergiorgio Piccoli in a
translation by Michela Zaccaria. The
production has toured each year since,
with plans to continue in 2020.
"Mister Green is a comedy of rare beauty."
|VISITING MR. GREEN
celebrated its 20th
Videos and More here...
|A new production of Visiting Mr.
Green by Beit Lessin Theatre
opened in Tel Aviv in February,
2018, directed by Nathan Datner,
translation by Ido Ricklin, starring
Gadi Yagil and Ido Rozenberg.
|The renowned Thalia Theater in
Hamburg's production of Visiting Mr.
Green, which opened in January 2016,
continues, starring Peter Maertens as
Mr. Green and Steffen Siegmund as
Ross Gardiner, directed by
Whatever It Is, I'm Against It:
100 Years of Funny Jewish Songs
Merkin Hall - NYC - December 2018
|Mr. Green Then and Now to
premiere in The Netherlands
in December 2020, starring
Bram van der Vlugt.
|Jeff Baron directed the Indian premiere of
Visiting Mr. Green, starring M.K. Raina and
Aakash Prabhakar, currently touring
India. This is the 50th country for the
play. Details here.
|Read Jeff Baron's July,
2020 article in American
Theatre Magazine about
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