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Previous Directing Projects

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Upcoming/Current Projects

POTUS, or behind every great dumbass are seven women trying to keep him alive by Selina Fillinger

Curious Theatre Company; September 7 - October 13

 

EXHIBIT by Regina Taylor

Curious Theatre Company: May 8-25, 2025

Directing Resume

Work Samples

Articles/Reviews 

Boulder's 'The Royale' delivers knockout punch with nine Henry Awards| John Moore

Denver Gazette

Amerikin at Curious Theatre Could Be Its Most Controversial Play Yet| Toni Tresca

Westword

It's about time: Black women directors make local history | John Moore, April 2022

Denver Gazette

 

'Stick Fly’ wraps up family dysfunction in race, class and money

Alex Miller|April 2022|OnStage Colorado

Jada Suzanne Dixon's Journey to Her Directing Debut With Fairfield​

Westword July 2019

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The Ku Klux Klan, post-partum depression and compassion course through “Amerikin”

Lisa Kennedy|March 2023|The Denver Post

"An actor herself, Dixon’s canny work with other actors shouldn’t come as a surprise, but her deft handling of stagecraft and collaboration with her team bring a satisfying fluidity to the pacing and staging."

 

Stick Fly’ wraps up family dysfunction in race, class and money

Alex Miller|April 2022|OnStage Colorado

"...there’s something about Stick Fly that just hits on every cylinder.

This one is beautifully directed by Jada Suzanne Dixon..."

Bloomsday Makes for a Lovely Outing in Dublin...and Boulder

Juliet Wittman | February 11, 2020

"Under Jada Suzanne Dixon’s direction, the production is clear and bright."

Bob Bows | Reviews - ColoradoDrama.com |February 11, 2020

"...yet, director Jada Suzanne Dixon sorts all this out for us with sublime staging."

A past love finds peace in 'Bloomsday'

Aimee Drugan | February 11, 2020

"Director Jada Suzanne Dixon does a nice job bringing it all together on stage....All in all, Bloomsday is a must-see."

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