Produced by:
New Light Theater and Pendragon Theatre
September 11 - September 28, 2024
Run Time:
1 Hour, 20 Minutes
Showing in Theater
$32 (incl. a $2 fee) | 59E59 Members: $25

Show Info

By Paula B Stanic
Directed by Tabatha Gayle and Sarah Norris 

With Jason Alan Carvell, Laura Hooper, and Alessandro Yokoyama

Set in the wake of the social unrest that followed the 2011 police killing of a Black man in London, Mickey finds himself struggling with precocious teenage son Jak, shelving old dreams, and doing the best he can. Father and son maintain a wary relationship until Simone, an old friend from Mickey’s past reappears, asking questions, spilling secrets, and threatening to disturb their fragile peace.

Tracks is a stirring new play about the growing pains and identity crises that strike at any age, and if our past determines our future.


In an effort to care for our community, we’re sharing details about this production that may be sensitive for members of our audience. The following information may reveal plot points.

Contains violence, drug use, and self-harm.

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Producing Company

New Light Theater Project

Sarah Norris, Artistic Director | Michael Aguirre, Producing Director

New Light Theater Project (NLTP) nurtures a collective of artist-practitioners through the presentation of compelling stories across theatrical genres. NLTP believes in the strength of ensemble work and is committed to fostering our collective composed of writers, actors, directors, stage managers, designers, and other artist-practitioners from diverse backgrounds. At least 50% of an NLTP production engages our collective while the rest of the production team consists of innovative artists with whom we hope to cultivate deeper relationships.

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Pendragon Theatre

For over 40 years, Pendragon Theatre has been the backbone of Saranac Lake, NY’s theatre scene—the only year-round, professional theatre company in the Adirondacks. Last year, Pendragon was voted "Favorite Theater" by BroadwayWorld Central New York and is the recipient of the Governor of the Arts Award.

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