Winner of the Chalmers Play Award
Stuck charts the roller-coaster odyssey of Jack, a twentysomthing would-be actor in search of sex, drugs, and cash. As Jack wanders the streets of Toronto, his series of wild encounters include nuns on the make, Mormons on the hustle, venal directors, and a host of venereal and utterly unforgettable characters.
News & Reviews
“Raw poetry and frantic energy … seamlessly incorporating passages of hallucination
and dream into the already surreal narrative.” —Globe & Mail
About the Author
After receiving his Honours B.A. from York University, David Rubinoff attended Dalhousie Law School. However, upon discovering that he preferred plays to statutes, he departed Dalhousie and began his theatrical journey. Rubinoff studied acting at Ryerson Theatre School, and works as a director, actor, and playwright. His produced plays include Stuck, Tiny Addictions, Marriage of Convenience, Frog Family, and Beyond Me. David has a Masters degree in Musical Theatre Writing from New York University. He is a member of the Playwrights Union of Canada and the Dramatists Guild.