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Byline: IAN HILL
I'LL tell you one thing, this guy Jack, the Toronto low-life portrayed by Canada-based, Irish-born actor Sean Power in David Rubinoff's monologue Stuck, running at the Old Museum, is precisely the last person in the world you'd like to have come sit beside you on the bus, or at the bar.
Why? Well, Jack is a self-centred, narcissistic, loud, foul mouth; the kind who grabs you by the elbow when you try to cut off his alcoholic drug-fuelled ramblings - how he really wanted to be a great actor when he came up from the sticks to Ontario's biggest city.
But, now, what is he?
A smelly, raggedy hop-head …