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John Honeycutt (left) and Jerry Sipp star in Tuesdays with Morrie (photo by Valerie Taylor)

Jerry Sipp and John Honeycutt Bring Tuesdays with Morrie to Life (Again) at Temple Theatre

Jerry Sipp and John Honeycutt, the stars of Temple Theatre of Sanford’s current production of Tuesdays with Morrie, reprise their crowd-pleasing performances from this past February’s presentation of this two-character show, originally directed by Cary’s Andy Hayworth for Raleigh’s The Justice Theater Project. Messrs. Honeycutt and Sipp, once again under the direction of Mr. Hayworth,… Read More ›

Jess Jones and John Honeycutt star in "Love Drunk" (photo by Marilyn Elizabeth Gormon)

A Drunken May-December Romance Becomes a Dangerous Liaison in Romulus Linney’s “Love Drunk”

Much Seagram’s Seven is swilled and much bull is slung during J&J Productions’ inaugural presentation of Romulus Linney’s last play, “Love Drunk,” a bumpy all-night session during which a drunken May-December romance becomes a dangerous liaison for Wilbur Johnson (John Honeycutt) and Karen Bannerman (Jess Jones).

"Love Drunk" runs Dec. 1-4, 8-11, and 15-17 at 213 Fayetteville St.

John Honeycutt and Jess Jones Will Star in Romulus Linney’s Two-Character Play, “Love Drunk”

“After Jess Jones and I decided to do a play together,” John Honeycutt says, “we searched for two-character scripts with characters close to our respective ages. One of the reasons we liked this script is that the characters are both habitual liars, and it is interesting to try to discern when Wilbur or Karen is lying and when they are not.”

David Henderson (left) and John Honeycutt

David Henderson and John Honeycutt Are a Perfect Pair for Mitch Albom’s “Tuesdays with Morrie”

“Tuesdays with Morrie” benefits from the casting of David Henderson and John Honeycutt as sports reporter and author Mitch Albom and Morrie Schwartz, who contracted Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), a.k.a. Lou Gehrig’s Disease, in 1994 and died a year later.