Duck out of the summer heat and into Island City Stage for the National New Play Network rolling world premiere of Tracy Jones by Stephen Kaplan, a poignant story of individual connection in an increasingly complicated world, running through June 18.
Tracy Jones is having a major life crisis. Her job at the bank is taking her nowhere, her panic attacks are getting worse and having such a common name is giving her an identity crisis. With everything spiraling out of control around her, it’s time to find something she can take control of. That’s when it hits her; she’s going to throw a party to celebrate every woman named Tracy Jones!
Stephen Kaplan is an award-winning playwright with productions off-Broadway and in regional theaters, nationally. As a National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere, Tracy Jones is playing simultaneously at Williamston Theatre in Williamston, Michigan, and Center Stage in Rochester, New York, in addition to Island City Stage in Wilton Manors. Tracy Jones was a Chameleon Theatre winner and a finalist for B Street Theatre’s New Comedies Festival, as well as for the ScreenCraft Stage Play Contest and the Trustus Playwrights Festival.
Directed by Andy Rogow and co-produced by Raymond Griffis and Mark Tews, Tracy Jones stars returning Island City performers Niki Fridh, Matthew Buffalo, Irene Adjan, and Sara Grant.
Tickets for Tracy Jones start at $40. This production is also supported by FAB (Funding Arts Broward). For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.