GREENWICH – Kick off the holiday season with ‘An Evening with Friends at the Theater’, an entertaining and comedic evening of live drama readings in the redesigned Berkley Theater in Greenwich Library.

Professional actors from JIB Productions will share their vacation show “Seasons Readings”, starting at 7:00 pm on December 2nd.

The stage production is offered free of charge, thanks to contributions from the nonprofit Friends of Greenwich Library.

A discussion and Q&A session with JIB Productions Artistic Director Carole Schweid and professional cast of actors will immediately follow the performance.

The evening will consist of short stories and one-act plays in the spirit of the holiday season. The program features playwright Matt Hoverman’s comedy “Going Home”, the story of two newlyweds trying to make the most of their first Christmas alone in their tiny apartment.

Other stories include “The Curmudgeon” by Minnesota writer and National Book Award winner Pete Hautman, a piece of memory that brings together a motley team of adult children to spend the holidays with their dads; “The Gloucester Tailor” by famous author Beatrix Potter; and “A Christmas Ballad for the Captain” by William Lederer.

“The Friends of the Greenwich Library are delighted to welcome JIB Productions to the Greenwich Library for the first time in person after their two successful virtual events with us last year,” said Hilary Martin Lea, President of Friends of the Greenwich Library. “JIB Productions is one of Fairfield County’s premier performing arts companies and their literary programs are always stimulating and meaningful.”

JIB Productions Inc., founded in 2003, is a non-profit producer of professional performing and visual arts programs in and around Fairfield County.

The doors of the Berkley Theater will open at 6:30 p.m. All participants will be required to present proof of full vaccination (in the form of a CDC vaccination card or a photo or photocopy of the card) or a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours. of the event.

No one will be admitted without this documentation. All participants must wear a mask throughout the performance. The capacity is set at 100 percent for adult programs in the theater.

Registration is required on the library’s online calendar at For more information, visit the website, call 203-622-7900.