|"Leg Irons, the Bitch and the Wardrobe" |
by Laura Frankos
|Type of Appearance:||Direct|
Jeclyn was one of the prime leading men in Leffing's theatrical community, as well as an accomplished singer. Handsome and dashing, he was a natural fit for the romantic hero role in Away We Go. Benasbiee, his female opposite number in that performance, had also played opposite him in Prosciutto.
Such was Jeclyn's versatility that he easily adapted to all the changes and reimaginings which Away We Go underwent before production. Even during rehearsals of the play's poorly written first draft, Director Cammek knew that however horrible the surrounding play might turn out, Jeclyn would emerge looking like a star.