New York City
Jane Martin mines the subtle and often treacherous depths of modern wedlock from uncomfortable introduction, into romance, through marriage, and beyond.
To love, honor, and cherish are the easy parts of union. Conflict arises when we are unable to discern where one person leaves off and the other begins. Wickedly funny, sensual, and fierce, this poignant drama captures the essential humanity of relationships for better or worse.
From the playwright of Talking With and Keely & Du, Jack & Jill was first presented at the prestigious 1996 Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville.
Contains adult language and themes.