Jeffrey Jackson


Can six middle-aged, baggage-laden, mixed up people find love the second time around? Set at a singles mixer at the 92nd street Y, LITMA is a romantic and hilarious cabaret-style “light” musical that takes an affectionate look at romance among 40- and 50-somethings.


I directed the premiere production of this delightful and edgy little musical in November 2013, co-authoring the book with veteran comedy writer Eric Kornfeld to music by Michelangelo Sosnowitz.


Love In The Middle Ages returns to Stage 72 on February 14th of this year for 8 shows over four consecutive weekends. Scheduling conflicts forced to me to turn the directing reigns over to choreographer Lisa Shriver, but I still look forward to this next stage of development. Don’t miss it!



  • General Update

    Wow, it’s been six months since I posted anything on my blog—bad blogger!—but it’s been the craziest half-year in a long time. First of all, I’ve relocated across the country to that film and TV mecca Los Angeles. (Actually, I’m in Glendale, just northeast of Hollywood. “Swimming pools… no movie stars.”) Funny, when I was ...   Read full post
  • Love In The Middle Ages wraps up another sold-out run!

    Congrats to the entire cast, crew, producing and creative team for another stellar, sold-out run of this little gem of a musical comedy at Stage72. Here’s to bringing it back soon! To all friends who came out and supported it, “Thank you!” And if you didn’t, we’ll just have to get it up and running ...   Read full post
  • Love In The Middle Ages dates set

    The new musical Love In The Middle Ages, for which I’m directing and co-writing the book, is set to open at Stage 72 on November 15, 2013. Six performances only! Will post and blog about the progress of this project as it develops over the summer