Jay Newlon

 

Originally a BFA candidate in Acting at the University of Tennessee (Clarence Brown Equity Theater), Jay transferred his energies to dance and studied under such luminaries as Eric Hawkins, Murray Louis, Nanette Charisse, and Hector Zaraspe in New York. He was an apprentice with the International Ballet of Caracas and performed in Boston with Jassin' (Jeannette Neil), the Danny Sloan Dance Company, Bay State Ballet, and the Opera Company of Boston. After a long hiatus, his recent engagements include performances with the Boston Dance Company, the Academy of Ballet Arts, and featured roles in the Northern Ballet Theater.

Returning to his theater roots he has performed with Concord Players in Little Women, The Drowsy Chaperone, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Cabaret, West Side Story, The Importance of Being Ernest, Twelfth Night, Chicago.

Under the auspices of The Town Cow:Two Tales, L’Histoire de Soldat, Bacchus,The Life and Death of King John. With ActorSingers: Evita. His love of theater is only surpassed by his love of and support by his remarkable wife Lynne

 
Concord Player Productions
Date
Production
Role
2016 Amadeus Venticelli #1
2015 Follies Ensemble
2013 Sound of Music Waltz Choreographer
2012 Mister Roberts Stefanowski
2012 Little Women 2012 Father
2011 Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Dancer
2011 Drowsy Chaperone

Superintendent/Ensemble

2009
Max
2008
Producer
2008
Riff
2005
Algernon
2003
Antonio
2003
Dancer/ Fred Casely