A cast of five brings to life the true story of adventurer, lover, photojournalist, literary giant and revolutionary, Jack London
and the women that empowered him to rise from poverty to become the highest paid, most popular, most controversial author in the world. From the Klondike to the San Francisco Earthquake his exploits and romances make headlines worldwide.
Utilizing Jack's own *photographs of the slums of London's East End, the Japanese/ Russo War, and the Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906 as backdrops, this multi-media dynamic movement piece includes live piano music by Scott Joplin
and Chopin, popular songs of the day, and a duel between lovers.
Join us in following Jack as his exploits and love affairs make history and help shape American society and literature.
*Photos are shown by special arrangement with the Huntington Library. These photos have never been exhibited on the East Coast.
Cara Loften (Bess), and Natalie Roy (Charmian)
21 Clinton St
(Houston and Stanton)
New York, NY 10002
F & V to 2nd Avenue or J, M, Z to Delancey/Essex
THU 8/15 @ 4:00-6:25PM
SUN 8/18 @ 2:30-4:55PM
TUE 8/20 @ 9:00-11:25PM
THU 8/22 @ 8:15-10:40PM
SUN 8/25 @ NOON-2:25PM