Adam Blackstock

I’m an actor who has had the good fortune of performing in two of Jay Huling’s plays. His work is refreshing, imaginative, and a bit wacky in all the right ways. When you’re performing or watching one of his plays, you’re not going to experience some re-hashed idea that has shown up in a dozen other plays. You’re going to be seeing likable characters tell the kind of story that you won’t find anywhere else. He writes in a way that puts little restraint on the production, letting directors and actors run wild with the material. These are the kind of shows that can be produced on any stage and are accessible to all companies, regardless of how big or small the theatre company or budget is. If you want to put something fresh and comedic on your season, a Jay Huling play is certainly the way to go.