March 9th, 2016 0 comments
Here's a link to a great new article about Jitters from the Torontoist: "A Classic Case of Jitters". The writer, Martin Morrow, recounts the story of how David based the play on some of the experiences he had during the premiere production of Leaving Home, his first play. Morrow also talked with director Ted Dykstra and leading lady Diane D'Aquila about the show, and about working with David. Says Diane, “It’s very easy to just see it as a funny play, because it is hysterically funny, but you dig underneath it and you realize that it’s an incredible portrayal of the frailty and the fear in making art." I'm seeing the show tomorrow night with Mary and with my parents, who are visiting from Saskatchewan. Can't wait.