New York City
Jacques du Bon Temps has been all but erased from the pages of theatrical history. Only twelve documents prove the man even existed! Jacques was a compatriot of Antonin Artaud?s and inspired the likes of Beckett, Ionesco and Camus. In their highly theatrical examination of our inability to communicate in life as well as art, The Lost Plays of Jacques du Bon Temps are as potent, surreal, and hilarious today as they must have been in Paris over sixty years ago.