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You know the type of guy. The kind who works hard and loves harder. The one who puts on his boots and shows up on time only to stay until job gets done. That's how he was taught. To respect others freely and work hard to earn it.

JD Clair was raised in the backyards of the Chicago and Dallas suburbs. Tucked somewhere within a landscape of long rows of homes and the edge of nature's garden.  It is at the boundaries of two worlds, between cities and woods, that JD and his three children reside. There, he finds the charm within the cement and steel boarders beckoning to be explored. Hidden in the bricks and the brush and the closet shadows, suburbia is full mischief and wonder.

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An Interesting Story About An Uninteresting Guy

Fool triumphant comedy. JD Clair plays the infamous Bobby Lablow, a gamble hungry political rival in bed with the mafia and big business in hopes to obtain power.

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Shining Star- Best Neighbor

After finding his neighbor John collapsed and clinging to life, JD called for help, rallying the close-nit town to assist until paramedics could arrive. John has made a full recovery.

Recompense

Short 48hour film. An unhinged father takes his revenge on a man he believes hurt his child. Rabid bloodlust leads to haunting consequences.

A Tale Of Two Cities (The Musical)

Show dates: Sept 14 – Oct 6, 2018

Book, Music, and Lyrics by Jill Santoriello. Based on the novel by Charles Dickens

Two men in love with the same woman. Two cities swept up in revolution. One last chance for a man to redeem his wasted life and change the world. Based on Charles Dickens’ masterpiece, A Tale of Two Cities is a musical that focuses on the love triangle between young beauty Lucie Manette, French aristocrat Charles Darnay and drunken English cynic Sydney Carton - all caught in the clutches of the bloody French Revolution.

Appropriate for all ages and audiences, this classic story of love, revolution, and redemption is what the Associated Press called, “the return to the era of big blockbusters such as Les Miserables, Phantom, and Miss Saigon.

JD Clair has taken the role of Mr. Jarvis Lorry.

Acclaim

Nominated! 2009 Outer Critics Circle Awards, Outstanding New Broadway Musical.

“A Broadway must see! Everything is here to stir the soul—young love, purity, vengeance, villainy, valor—all played out against that historic revolution.” —The Connecticut Post

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