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a horror play


"A single human intellect is irreplaceably unique. And the destruction of one? Hoo-boy."

Audience Praise for "Stages: A Horror Play"


"Wonderfully written dark comedy."

"Think of Jacob’s Ladder, or even some of Kurosowa’s work."

"...artfully portrayed the various emotions and mental acrobatics that come from processing a loss."

"I vicariously experienced all of those emotions, and that is what theater is about. To only come to understand at the end may be what grief is about."

About the Show


A bickering brother and sister repeatedly awaken in strange scenarios to witness terrible things happening to each other. Why is this happening? Does it matter? Does anything? An expressionistic nightmare about anxiety, loss, madness, love, grief, and table salt. Based on an original short story by phillip andrew bennett low!



Adult language, violence, death.