A Comedy in Three Acts
White Out reached #8 on the "Canadian Fiction Best-Seller's" list on Amazon.de.
Grumpy novelist Jacob McAllister’s solitary Christmas has been interrupted by unexpected family and uninvited friends. Unable to force anyone to leave once a blizzard hits, Jacob is compelled to open his home for the first time in a long while. But things take a turn when another guest arrives in the form of an amnesiac stranger. Sharp wit and wordplay abound in this new play by J.R. Vikse that's sure to have your audience rolling in the aisles with laughter.
- Mark Fugue - m, late 30s. Doreen’s husband. A stay-at-home dad, Mark runs an online dating site. He is fascinated by peoples’ lives, but has very little experience of his own. He has a terrible sense of humour.
- Gavin Parnell - m, 60s. Jacob’s older neighbour. He is an eccentric character, stealing Jacob’s cable and wifi, with consent.
- Zoe Fugue - f, mid-teens. Doreen and Mark’s daughter. She is at her uncle’s house against her will and is upset that her boyfriend isn’t allowed to join them.
- Owen Dunne - m, mid-teens. Zoe’s boyfriend, a true romantic.
- Jane Smith - f, early 40s. A woman who comes to the door with amnesia after a car accident outside Jacob’s house.
Images of the World Premiere of White Out: A Comedy in Three Acts courtesy of Tom Hofmänner.