Jenny’s House of Joy

by Norm Foster

Produced by Jack Boyagian | Directed by John Lunman

Jenny’s House of Joy is a brothel in Kansas in the 1880s. Jenny has too many customers and now one of her “employees” has run off to get married. She needs a new girl immediately before the next cattle drive moves through Baxter. Along comes a new woman who thinks she has what it takes to work at Jenny’s – she is pretty, sexy and smart… perhaps a bit too smart … and a bit too ambitious.

Norm Foster is one of Canada’s best comic playwrights and this is a clever witty sexy comedy about women who make ends meet.

Dinner Theatre at the Best Western Cobourg Inn & Convention Centre, October 21 to November 6, 2016.

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Read Selena Forsyth’s review in Northumberland Today at Players’ production a joy to watch

For details of this production, see Jenny’s House of Joy Program


Jenny’s House of Joy is presented by special arrangement with Pam Winter, Gary Goddard Agency, www.garygoddardagency.com