JACK THE LAD & DREAM MAN

Dates: 12 May - 12 May

Tickets: €7

PERFUME PRODUCTIONS: JACK THE LAD

By MATT HARRIS

Director PHIL SETREN

Jack, a rent boy faces the truth about his family, his past and himself through working encounters with his clientele.The Giant, magic beans and the Beanstalk are reworked into this dark, Freudian take on a classic fairy tale – without a happy ending

VOS ALTA: DREAM MAN

By JAMES CARROLL PICKETT

Director MICHAEL KEARN

Dream Man digs into the psyche of everyman’s fear of being lost in life’s shuffle while trying to sort out what makes us who we are, like it or not. Christopher, the dream man, is the best fantasy host in the business. The business being telephone sex lines that became so wildly popular in the mid 80’s at the onset of AIDS.

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