TheaterSeptember 23, 2016

What happens when we get older and what toll does that take on family? These questions are the themes of “The King of East Jabip,” the world premiere, debut play at the Eagle Theatre in Hammonton. Written by Kelly McCarthy and starring her father, Tom McCarthy, this moving play focuses on the trials and tribulations of aging, losing state of mind and handling life’s obstacles.

“The King of East Jabip,” written by Kelly McCarthy and directed by Ed Corsi, runs through October 9th at The Eagle Theatre in Hammonton, NJ. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

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