Williamson's Jack of Hearts

Williamson's Jack of Hearts

  • When: 6-23 September 2017 (see below for dates)
  • Where: Noosa Arts Theatre, Weyba Road, Noosaville
  • Phone: 07 5449 9343
  • Website: www.noosaartstheatre.org.au

The Queensland premiere of David Williamson's 50th play, Jack of Hearts is a romantic comedy with a twist - a play about career professionals focused on the material things in life.

The central character, Jack, a burned-out lawyer, pulls the plug on wealth and status only to find that his wife's support is conditional on his six-figure salary. His wife, a personal trainer decides to leave him for a self-obsessed television current affairs host.

Real estate agent Stu, played by Williamson’s son Rory, and his wife Denys are struggling through marriage problems of their own.

What ensues are two love triangles in a comedy that explores issues of gender, class and social mobility.

Directed by Noosa Arts Theatre life member Jane Rivers, Jack of Hearts features a stellar team of local actors including Rory’s wife Janneke Williamson, Clayton Storey, Noosa’s Deputy Mayor Frank Wilkie, Julia Verburgt, Kay Ellsum and Jenni McCaul.


A cut-price preview is on 6 September at 7.30pm, all tickets $22.

All tickets for the Gala Opening Night on 7 September cost $50 and include light supper and drinks.

Evening performances are on 8, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23 September at 7.30pm. Matinees are on 9, 10, 17 September at 2pm. Tickets: Adult $31, concession $27, member/group $25 per person, U18 $22.

Tickets available through the box office - see phone and website above.

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