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Jim Hogue Tucker Rd Plainfield VT 05667 802 456 1123
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Jim has performed and directed for regional, community, and educational theatre since 1971, in Vermont with Lost Nation Theater, Ice Fire, The Skinner Barn and Unadilla Theater since 1990; and he has appeared in several films.
Jim has a radio program on WGDR in Plainfield.
He has written 10 plays and created two one-man shows: Cabaret Shakespeare and, now playing, The Gods of the Hills from The Narrative of Colonel Ethan Allen. He has played Ethan Allen at Vermont History Expo, Faneuil Hall in Boston, Independence Hall in Philadelphia, and various locations in Vermont.
His poem, The Ballad of Ladder Five, was selected for its explosiveness, pluck and fire to receive its own website: Hang on to your hat. He also writes for two on-line journals: The Baltimore Chronicle and Vermont Commons.
His musical comedy, Mixed Nuts, was given readings by The Barre Players and The Vermont Playwrights┬ĺ Circle. His play, The Importance of Being Wilde, has enjoyed four productions including Geneva, Switzerland and Off Off Broadway (NYC).
He has a Masters in Theatre with further studies at Oxford.

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