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    Jack Kerouac - Last Call

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    Jack Kerouac spent his last night on earth in a small bungalow located in St. Petersburg, Florida, his last residence. It is October 21, 1969. Visions of his past come back in waves of both exhilaration and doom, representing the true dichotomy of his own character. In his imagination, he has brought together characters from his past to play out his own sense of martyrdom. These characters also include two writers who represent Kerouacs fear of how he will be remembered. This story is about the man and his inner turmoil.

    Dates:  April 18, 2002 - July 14, 2002
    Schedule:  Thurs.-Sun. 7 p.m.
    Venue:  Thirteenth Street Repertory, 50 West 13th St. (btw. 5th & 6th Aves.)
    Price:  $15, students/seniors $10
    Tickets/info:  (866) 468-7619


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