Producer

HERE WE GO

Jessica Ashleigh Pomeroy is the Co-Artistic Director of 

HERE WE GO: A Site-Specific Production Company LLC 

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HERE WE GO's most recent initiative is our online Weekend Zoom Fest. This recurring online one-day long festival is an opportunity for emerging artists to come together and collaborate during a scary and isolating time for the theatre industry. 

Proud to be made up of an all-female production team, HERE WE GO features the work of emerging artists in site-specific locations, with a focus on the work of women in theatre and acessibility. Find out more at herewegofestival.com or on Instagram @herewegofestival

HERE WE GO

Weekend Zoom Fest

Lead Producer

2020

Our next edition of the HERE WE GO Weekend Zoom Fest will feature young actors between the ages of 8-13, and plays written and directed by teaching artists!

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HERE WE GO

Reading Series

Lead Producer

2019

The first ever HERE WE GO reading series presented four plays written by emerging artists. After we received over 300 submissions this winter, we decided to conclude our 2019 season with a reading series, so that we could include  as many of our submissions as possible.

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Spring Festival

Lead Producer

2019

The Spring 2019 edition HERE WE GO: A Site-Specific Short Play Festival was made up of four plays written by emerging artists, all of which were directed by female-identifying directors. Check out my gallery page for photos from this spring.

Other Producing and Management Experience

"Williston"

A Miranda Theatre Co. Production

General Manager

Associate Producer

2018

"We Love Lucy Forever"

Documentary Short

Production Manager

2017

In the fall of 2018, Jessica worked as the General Manager and Associate Producer with The Miranda Theatre Company on their production of Adam Seidel's new play, Williston. 

Jessica collaborated with fellow student Lucille Edlund in 2017 to create We Love Lucy Forever: A Documentary Short. The short includes interviews with friends and colleagues of Lucille Ball, as well as fans and collectors. It examines her legacy and the way that it still effects the world today.