Jack was Kind
written and performed by Tracy Thorne
"How could you just sit there?"
For 10 years, that’s what they’ve asked Jack’s wife.
Well, now she's talking.
All For One Theater presents a new solo play about our complicity in oppressive systems intended to keep us silent. Written and performed by Tracy Thorne. Immediately followed by a discussion with the playwright on complicity in American power structures.
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Limited number of tickets available.
Written and performed by Tracy Thorne
TRACY THORNE (Playwright/Performer) Tracy Thorne’s play, We Are Here, received its world premiere at New York Stage and Film and was also produced at the Contemporary American Theater Festival. We Are Here was nominated for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and is published by Dramatists Play Service. Tracy's play, Good Children, was developed and workshopped at Page 73 and New Georges, then subsequently produced at Connecticut Repertory Theatre. The Nature of Things, was developed and workshopped at SohoRep and nominated for the Kilroys list. Another play, True Love, was a finalist for both Leah Ryan’s FEWW and the Susan Glaspell Award and also a nominee for the Kilroys list. Other plays include Will and Testament, A Ridiculous Trade, Quick Bright Things and Do I Ever Cross Your Mind?, which had an awesome workshop at Rattlestick recently. Tracy’s plays have received workshops and/or readings at various American theatres–Manhattan Class Company, The Cherry Lane, New York Stage & Film, Florida Stage, The Lark, The Dramatists Guild and WP Theater–to name a few. Tracy is a recipient of the Elizabeth George commission from South Coast Rep and has been a member of the SohoRep Writer/Director Lab, Page 73's Interstate 73 writers group and, also, a playwriting fellow at The Lark. She’s written a screenplay called Natural History and two TV pilots, "Lucy Lives Uptown" and "Iris." Tracy worked as an actor in New York and London, collaborating with directors such as Matthew Warchus, Phyllida Lloyd, Anna Deavere Smith and Tony Kushner. So too, she’s appeared in some movies and on TV. Tracy studied History at Smith College and is a graduate of The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. She lives in Harlem USA with her family.