JACK KEROUAC - END OF THE ROAD to Play Orlando International Fringe

JACK KEROUAC - END OF THE ROAD to Play Orlando International Fringe

Southern Winds Theatre presents:
Jack Kerouac - End of the Road
Written by Steve A. Rowell and David A. McElroy
Directed by Laurel Clark
Featuring David McElroy as Jack Kerouac
and Dylan Hannan on Saxophone

Dates for the play in the PURPLE VENUE Orlando Shakespeare Theatre 812 E. Rollins, Orlando FL :
Thursday, May 17 - 7pm
Monday, May 21 - 6pm
Wednesday, May 23 - 9pm
Saturday May 26 - Noon
Sunday, May 27 - 3pm
Tickets: https://orlandofringe.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=269

If you think you know who Jack Kerouac was...think again. Jack Kerouac - End of the Road, brings to the stage and explores how Kerouac viewed his own life and the events of his age. The play opens in July of 1969, just three months before he died at the age of 47. Jack Kerouac, the father of the "beat movement," was to appear on the television show: William F. Buckley's "Firing Line." He believed he was there to read some of his poetry. Kerouac was asked instead to discuss the hippies and their present day politics.

Steve A. Rowell and David A. McElroy bring Kerouac's brilliant, yet tortured life to the stage in this demonstrative one-man show. McElroy, portraying Kerouac takes "the spotlight" that illuminates Jack's life as the road experience it was, and how he only wanted to observe and write those observations

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