Variation #56: Guy Doucette
“They are lonely. I’m not talking about lonely for a lover or a friend. I mean lonely in the universal sense, lonely inside the understanding that we are tiny people on a tiny little earth suspended in an endless void that echoes past stars and stars of stars.”
― Donald Miller, Blue Like Jazz: Nonreligious Thoughts on Christian Spirituality
The Theatre Lab and Back Burner Productions are proud to present our upcoming collaborative production JACKIE AND JACK. Written by legendary Canadian polymath Jim Christy, it is a ‘What If’ play that follows the meeting of two of North Americas’ most tragic figures. Jack Kerouac and Jackie Kennedy. The play is an examination of an encounter the two may have had on a beach in Hyanis, Northport – 1959, at a period of time when both of their lives are changing irrevocably.
February 22nd to March 2nd |Unit 102 Theatre | 376 Dufferin Street (just south of Queen St. W) Tickets: $15 advance (through T.O.tix) | $20 at-the-door | Sunday Matinee PWYC