Sondheim’s ‘Company’ Begins Run at Footlight Club

Hello neighborhood! Here’s your Morning Memo for all things JP for Friday, June 6.

New Musical Comedy Begins Friday Night at Footlight Club: The local theater’s production of Stephen Sondheim’s “Company” starts Friday. Here’s a cast video to give you a feel for the play, which offers a series of vignettes about adult themes and relationships. Friday, 8 p.m. at 7A Eliot St. Here are the other showing in the run, which goes through Saturday, June 21.

Call For Artists — Public Art on Boylston: The folks at JP New Economy Transition are cooking up what sounds like a very cool project. The idea is to make Boylston Street a public art corridor from Stony Brook T station up to Egleston. The first piece of the puzzle is art about urban agriculture and local food. Here are details. Submissions are due by June 30.

Part-time Marketing Work for Jamaica Plain Tuesday Club: The Tuesday Club has a long tradition of empowering women in JP and doing projects to help the community. Now the organization is looking for a little help, as they’re advertising for a part-time marketing consultant to keep their Facebook page fresh, write a newsletter and generally promote the club.

Careful on the Esplanade: I’m not sure how many of us get down to the Esplanade, but I wanted to pass along a warning from Boston Police that there have been four sexual assaults there recently. Police advise to travel in groups if you’re walking or jogging the Esplanade at night.

OK. Have a good day, JP.