Written and Directed by Joshua Bainbridge
Summer, 1989. Along a lonely stretch of highway, eight people will turn Happy Jack’s Motel into a dingy battleground offering each of them one last shot at escaping their dark fates.
Happy Jack’s Motel depicts the fragmentation of the toxic male influence through its pop culture heyday of the 1980’s. In an examination of disappointment and disillusionment with the North American “ideal man” and the ramifications of that behavioral pattern against the backdrop of the Northern experience and a rural economic slowdown.
This show contains mature themes and violence.
Fall 2021 in STOUFFVILLE at 19 On the Park
Fall 2021 in UXBRIDGE at the Uxbridge Music Hall
Winter 2022 in NORTH BAY, ON (A part of the Sun Dog Theatre Festival)
Spring 2022 in PARRY SOUND at the Stockey Centre
Dates to be Determined at the COBALT CLASSIC THEATRE
Dates to be Determined in BROCKVILLE Arts Centre