The Crook Theater Company presents their first original work, an ultra-violent, profane fantasia that is both comic and shocking. More…
Marla comes to in a barn upstate to find herself standing over a freshly murdered corpse with the smoking gun in her hand. Can she trust Spencer, the beaten and bound man cowering in the corner, to jog her memories of the events that brought them all here? What heinous acts could she be capable of?
See it if if you enjoy a dark comedy with lots of blood and guts and don't mind vulgar language
Don't see it if you want a serious show with great acting; are bothered by lots of violence and blood; are offended by vulgar language
See it if enjoy dark comedies. Or plays with a bit of oddness to them.
Don't see it if you demand a tight, well written script and terrific acting or are looking for something light and fluffy.
See it if You like plays with Mamet-like verbal circumlocutions. It's a heist-gone wrong trope where one role is a psychopath and the others cope.
Don't see it if You don't like plays that put form over content and attempt to be verbally clever without substance.
See it if you like Tarantino/Fight Club, want to support a local theatre company, want an intense night of theatre
Don't see it if you'll be bothered with 2D characters, a long script that should be cut and a storyline that doesn't seem necessary to be told.