Saucy Jack

Written by Sharon Pollock

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Saucy Jack

Pollock implicates the most upper echelons of British society in the brutal murders of London’s prostitutes. In a stately Victorian drawing room, two old friends, James Kenneth Stephen, a scholar, and his former pupil, Prince Albert Victor, dance around the truth of the identity of London’s most notorious killer, and while a tale of psychological intrigue is played out, an unraveling of tested friendship, betrayal, duplicity, and motive is revealed. With the single female character of Kate, an actress hired by James to re-enact the death throes of the prostitutes, Pollock creates an ominous presence, both disturbing and haunting.

Saucy Jack Script Cover

Saucy Jack

Saucy Jack

Written by Sharon Pollock

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Pollock implicates the most upper echelons of British society in the brutal murders of London’s prostitutes. In a stately Victorian drawing room, two old friends, James Kenneth Stephen, a scholar, and his former pupil, Prince Albert Victor, dance around the truth of the identity of London’s most notorious killer, and while a tale of psychological intrigue is played out, an unraveling of tested friendship, betrayal, duplicity, and motive is revealed. With the single female character of Kate, an actress hired by James to re-enact the death throes of the prostitutes, Pollock creates an ominous presence, both disturbing and haunting.

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Acts: 2
Minutes:
Total Cast: 4
Women: 1
Men: 3
Other:
Extras:
Availability: In
Language: English
ISBN: 0-921368-41-0
Copyright: 1994