Jack Goes Boating

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For the film, see Jack Goes Boating (film).

Jack Goes Boating is a 2007 play by Robert Glaudini. An unconventional romantic comedy set in the midst of working-class New York City life, Jack Goes Boating's original production was directed by Peter Dubois and starred Philip Seymour Hoffman as Jack, John Ortiz as Clyde, Daphne Rubin-Vega as Lucy, and Beth Cole as Connie. The show played in Martinson Hall at the Joseph Papp Public Theater [1] for six weeks, and received positive reviews, particularly from the New York Times.[2]

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