"They've got some close friends that are really special people that they spend the night with sometimes if it's late," she said. "Their hospitality is just unreal."
Travel might only get trickier in the future. The Duncans recently learned that there is a possibility that "Fly" might get picked up to go on Broadway, in which case Jace could potentially be asked to join the cast in New York City. But the Duncans aren't sweating the future, saying they will figure out what to do if and when it happens.
"I'd go, I mean, it'd be exciting," Jace said. "I'd have to leave all my friends and stuff behind. [But] I'd just move for however long the run is, so, I'd see them again."
"We all live very close and we're like, 'Oh my gosh, what's going to happen,'" Sue added. "If it does, it does. We'll just have to adjust our lives accordingly."
Jace said he would love to pursue acting and dancing as a career someday and be involved in all its mediums: live theater, television, movies, commercials, etc. He is in the process of signing with a major talent agency, CESD, based out of New York and Los Angeles. Such an agency can connect him with major national jobs and propel him even higher in the business. But Jace is taking that, too, in stride.
For now, he is making sure he enjoys every moment he gets to perform on stage.
"Just the energy," he said when asked about his favorite part of performing. "It's just a lot of fun to have the crowd cheering you on."
"Fly" runs through Aug. 18 at the Dee and Charles Wyly Theater in Dallas. Shows are every day except Monday and tickets are as low as $15. For more information, visit dallastheatercenter.org or call 214-880-0202.
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