In Jackson is Gone, Natalie and Sam Grayson are out for a quiet Sunday morning walk when they find themselves embroiled in an argument with a stranger who kidnaps their dog, Jackson. They report the incident to the police, and their case is assigned to a friendly but vaguely threatening sergeant who insinuates himself into the most hidden parts of their lives. The play examines the nature of irreparable loss, the consequences for our lives, and the slow disappearance from the world of the ancient touchstones we have always relied on for comfort and sustenance.
Nomiated for the 2015 New Jersey Stage Award
as one of the “Best Places to See a World Premiere”,Hudson Theatre Works
is a not for profit, equity theatre committed to ensemble collaboration as well as artistic risk through its work with its permanent company, guest artists, partner institutions and the surrounding community. It is dedicated to a rugged aesthetic and seeks to tell stories, both new and old, classic and contemporary, which reflect our lives, relationships and world today. Past productions have included “Of Mice and Men”, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”, the original play “3 Men’ which will be performed at this years’ Solo Fest, and the New Jersey Premiere of Neil Labute’s “Bash”. The company operates out of two venues, the theater at Weehawken High School and the intimate Weekhawken Water Tower. For more, visit http://www.hudsontheatreworks.org
Performances run Wednesday, 4 November 2015
through Saturday, 21 November 2015
Theater at Weehawken High School
53 Liberty Place, Weehawken, NJ
For transportation information please go to http://www.weehawken-nj.us/transportation.html
: Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8PM
$25 general admission
Brown Paper Tickets: 1-800-838-3006, www.brownpapertickets.org
For Students with Student ID and seniors 65 and older tickets are $15 at all times.
Weehawken Residents with proof of address are $15 every Wednesday and Thursday.
Running time: 2 hours including intermission.