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Herringbone

Jay James-Moody is Herringbone - and the ten characters living inside him. 

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Category: Theatre
Company: Squabbalogic
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Herringbone

Date: 9 Dec 2018

In Alabama during the Great Depression, eight-year-old George is taken under the wing of a vaudeville veteran, Chicken, in the hopes of George making it big in Hollywood.

But things go awry when the malevolent spirit of Lou, Chicken’s former partner, hijacks George’s body to exact his revenge and stage a comeback.

Director, performer and Artistic Director of Squabbalogic Jay James-Moody is Herringbone – and the 10 characters living inside him.

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