Bridge Street Theatre
Catskill, New York
November 14, 15, 16, @ 7:30 pm
Nov. 17, 2019, @ 2:00 pm

Book & Lyrics by Sandra Dutton
Directed by Sandra Dutton
Music by Scott Petito
Choreography by Rachel Kappel
Produced by Wayne Sheridan

This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Greene County Council on the Arts.

​We are partnered with Community Action of Greene County.
JAMOT is a Dutton & Sheridan Creative production.

https://bridgest.org/jamot/  
                J.A.M.O.T:

                           Just a Matter of Time
                      The Musical

"For I'm Time, yes I'm Time!"

Scenery by Sandra Dutton
 "We have buttered minutes you can spread with a knife."
"Your mind has a mind of your own, my dear."
"I once recited on the green,
I had my poet's license."
"With Time gone, nothing's fair anymore."
"My thoughts they overtake me,
They bloom, they surge, they soar."
"Short, quick jabs.  Made my head spin. But I kept going. Circling."
From Enid Futterman’s review of Just a Matter of Time in IMBY (In My Back Yard) Nov.16, 2019
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Just a Matter of Time (I'd lose the acronym) IS original, a wise, witty, LOL-funny, mind-bending take on time and the way we spend it in our own 24/7 time.
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Stephen Sondheim, a genius lyricist, will tell you that getting even one laugh in a lyric is rare, but Sandra Dutton gets a lot of them, many emanating from me. She also gets my admiration, not only for her deeply clever twists on the language of time, but for her craft as a lyricist. Her lyrics actually scan and rhyme perfectly. No small thing in these, er, times.
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The house was full last night and was apparently full Thursday night as well. If the rest of the weekend isn’t sold out, go, and take your big kids. It’s a great lesson and a good show that can only get better. “Just a Matter of Time” could and should have a life beyond Bridge Street. It just needs, well, time, and likely, money, to grow into itself.