As stated in the Connecticut news source, the deal provides Jones with the financial support needed to produce live theatrical shows in various unique locations, from the stage to a bar, to a moving train. The spirit of the company is to adopt a bohemian, travelling mindset and create a community that isn't based in one specific location. Each theatrical project will call to action specific artists associated with New Neighborhood and could take place anywhere in the country. Jackson Gay will direct the first of the productions by the group, scheduled to be announced at the Humana Festival of New American Plays in Louisville.
Jones is also developing a television drama for Fox. His TV credits include "Weeds," "Friday Night Lights," and "Boardwalk Empire."
Jones' These Paper Bullets!, a modish adaptation of Shakespeare's Much Ado, premiered at Yale Repertory last March, featuring songs by Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong and direction by Jackson Gay. It is scheduled to play at Los Angeles' Geffen Playhouse as well as Off-Broadway at the Atlantic Theatre Company.