A Pflag Vancouver fundraising event in support of dream of passion productions’ A Kid Like Jake by Daniel Pearle
With Live Performances by:
Katie-Ellen Humphries & Yumi Nagashima
-Looking for Friends Comedy
-Beverley Elliott & Chris Nowland
and Live Painting by Laura McNiece
Please join us for a fun-loving afternoon with amazing SILENT AUCTION PRIZES, LIBATIONS and lots of LAUGHS!!!
-$20 fundraiser ticket = includes a burger, fries, and a beer/highball + entertainment!
Access early bird pricing for A Kid Like Jake with your fundraiser ticket and get entered into a draw for a Joe Forte's gift card
- $43 = 1 fundraiser ticket + 1 early bird ticket to A Kid Like Jake
*The Junction Pub is an Accessible Space*
A Kid Like Jake by Daniel Pearle
On the eve of the admissions cycle for Manhattan's most exclusive private schools, Alex and Greg have high hopes for their son Jake, a precocious four-year-old who happens to prefer Cinderella to G.I. Joe. But as the process continues, Jake's behaviour becomes erratic and perplexing, and other adults in his life start to wonder whether his fondness for dress-up might be cause for concern. The story of a husband and wife struggling to do right by their son, A KID LIKE JAKE is a study of intimacy and parenthood and the fantasies that accompany both.
April 23 - May 3, 2020
Preview: April 22
PAL Studio Theatre
581 Cardero Street in Coal Harbour
Directed by: Fay Nass
Starring: Stefania Indelicato, Brent Hirose, Beverly Elliott & Lindsay Nelson
Sounds design: Sara Vickruck
PRAISE FOR THE PLAY
"[A] smart, fluent drama...Mr. Pearle has found an intriguing subject of real currency, and one that stirs our natural sympathy." - The New York Times
"A KID LIKE JAKE is a searching, keenly perceptive look at how the nature-versus-nurture question can play out on the front lines of tolerance today."
-Time Out (New York)
"Daniel Pearle's polished new dramedy...is full of perceptive details about the intense world of affluent parenting, where every child is gifted and the struggle for dominance begins at home."
- New York Magazine