60 Seconds With… Zac Williams of one-man romantic comedy ‘Jack Goes To Therapy’

We speak with Zac Williams, the optimistic Ontarian behind ‘Jack Goes To Therapy‘. In our latest blog, we find out all about the story behind this cracking romantic comedy.

Briefly introduce yourself/your company…
I was born and raised in the small town of Caledonia, ON. I live in Vancouver, am an elementary school teacher, and I love beach volleyball and making my friends laugh!

What is it that makes your work/company unique?
I think Jack Goes to Therapy tackles the taboo topic of men’s mental health from a uniquely queer perspective. And more importantly from a perspective that is downright funny, brutally honest, and ultimately optimistic in its message.

What kind of experience do you hope audiences will have during your show?
I hope they will laugh out loud and be surprised by a few jabs of heartbreaking honesty between the laughs.

Without spoilers, tell us what you think audiences will remember most about your show?
The shower scene!

What do you think is the best thing about Fringe?Being caught off guard by a show that took you places your weren’t expecting, but in the best way.

What is the most important thing you hope audiences will take away from your show?
I hope that audiences leave the theatre with a feeling of self-love. 

Tickets for Jack Goes To Therapy are on sale now, taking place at Ballet BC from 7 – 17 Sep. Book your spot today for just $15 per person!


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