James P. Jordan | Touchstone Theatre | Don’t Stop Performing or Creating

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We speak with James P. Jordan, Artistic Director at Touchstone Theatre in Bethlehem, about performing during COVID, adapting, thinking way outside of the box, and looking to the past for guidance.

Be sure to check out their website for upcoming performances.


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Lehigh Valley with Love Podcast Episode 85: Festival UnBound Discussion with JP Jordan, Artistic Director of Touchstone Theatre

Touchstone Theatre Artistic Director, JP Jordan, sat down with us to discuss the upcoming “Festival UnBound” event, growing up in Tamaqua, and how art can directly affect a community.

Festival UnBound is based on “Celebrating our home, Bethlehem, the Lehigh Valley, and commemorating twenty years of change since Touchstone’s Steelbound: Art of an Industry. Touchstone will, with our Community, National, and International Partners, forge a vision — through art — for our future,” according to the festival’s website.

JP has has helped produce over seventy productions since arriving at Touchstone, serving in multiple capacities including director, designer, composer, actor, and playwright.

Get more information on Festival UnBound here and watch a preview video below or link here.

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This episode features the Song “Goodbye Syndrome” by Sunsets North. (www.sunsetsnorth.com)