Ted Dykstra's wildly successful productions of Jitters returns to the Soulpepper stage tonight. In this, life imitating art, imitating life comedy, you'll travel back to the seventies, when theatre in Canada was still in its early childhood. Producing a new Canadian play in those days was a precarious endeavour. Fanatical dedication and blind faith were minimum requirements and no one knew that better than David French, one of our first – and best – home grown playwrights. French's cleaver and sincere work has been hailed as one of theatre’s funniest backstage comedies. If you missed this one earlier this season now is your chance to catch it with new dates in April being added. Check out the calendar here.