Jason Invisible

Jason art with KC and PYAJason Invisible  Adapted by Laurie Brooks from the book, Crazy, by Han Nolan
Everything in Jason’s world is crazy. He’s a loner, he can’t concentrate in school and, hardest of all, his mom has passed away, leaving him the sole caretaker for his beloved dad, who is mentally ill. But Jason has another worry – those three weird voices in his head carrying on a constant conversation.  In Jason’s journey to protect his dad and figure out his own identity he is guided by three friends, Shelby, the outspoken girl who becomes his crush, Pete, the political activist, and Haze, who may be even more messed up than Jason. Haunting, humorous and highly theatrical, this play puts a human face on young people dealing with mental disabilities and celebrates the healing power of friendship.

3 replies on “Jason Invisible”

  1. I am a drama director at a magnet school for the performing arts in Omaha, NE. I am interested in reading this play. Could you let me know when it will be available? Thanks!

  2. Good Afternoon,

    I was wondering if there was a location where I could buy copies of your script, Jason Invisible? I’m a middle/high school drama teacher, and I’m interested in directing the production.

    Thanks!
    Jessica Fuller
    jfuller@rsu20.org

  3. I would love to read this, and if possible, maybe produce it for a competitive one-act. PLEASE! Let me know if this is at all possible. Thanks!

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