Jazz Play Trio
Is there more to life than sex, whiskey and painful memories? Jazz Play Trio explores jazz as a metaphor for a life lived with passion and intensity. At the heart of each of the three plays is the non-stop improvised staccato rhythm of speech, the cadence of jazz.
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