In this world premiere drama, Charlie’s daughter, Kailey, returns home with exciting news of a pregnancy, but joy quickly turns to dread when facts emerge that paint Kailey’s story in a much darker light. More…
From the show:
In his first world premiere since the critically acclaimed Spaceman, which earned fellow company member Erin Treadway a Drama Desk Nomination For Best Solo performance, Leegrid Stevens continues to break apart themes of belief and delusion with A Peregrine Falls. Charlie’s daughter, Kailey, returns home with exciting news of a pregnancy but joy quickly turns to dread when facts emerge that paint Kailey’s story in a much darker light. The play explores the power of illusion and why sometimes it’s impossible to see what’s right in front of you.
See it if You are interested in a new drama with a small ensemble about family secrets being revealed.
Don't see it if You are interested in seeing a comedy or a play isn’t obvious in its twists and turns.
See it if the well-proven theme about the stories we tell ourselves, "double-think" and self-delusion is enough to make the show for you
Don't see it if you want this theme handled with subtlety/complexity; you want the acting to feel more sincere and less put-on; you want plot surprises
See it if A drama about a family digging up tragedy from their past. Lots of family fighting with one another.
Don't see it if You don’t like plays about people uncovering skeletons in their closets.