Minor Theater presents the world premiere of this horror story about a family that turns the tables on a fearsome creature. More…
In a creepy little village on the cusp of modernity, two teenagers and their families are stalked by a ravenous monster. How can people live with forces that want to destroy them? Perhaps by cultivating some dark appetites of their own.
See it if you want to see a show with incredible design elements (and live sound design!) as well as a play that explores typical theatrical rules
Don't see it if you want a straightforward play that's easy to understand.
See it if you appreciate great tech. Really interesting use of the staging. Very intriguing to see a horror piece adapted to the stage.
Don't see it if you aren't willing to leave the theatre with a lot of questions. Ending came out of nowhere and was un-earned.
See it if ...you enjoy new works, horror, edgy, dark, downtown theater. Great use of space and sound design. Cast gives 100%.
Don't see it if ...you want light-hearted entertainment; there is dry humor. I get that the writer is making social commentary but not quite sure what it is
See it if "Penny Dreadful" meets "Waiting for Godot" is your idea of good theater
Don't see it if you expect naturalistic acting in a metaphorical tale, or can't tolerate the same actors playing multiple roles (sometimes in the same scene
See it if you enjoy small theatre plays with limited cast and dystopia feel.
Don't see it if you're looking to be scared or creeped out. A lot of sudden loud noises meant to strike fear, instead caused some laughter.
See it if You're interested in baroque language and fear. You can take pleasure in unusual, off-beat acting styles. You love amazing sound design.
Don't see it if You need naturalism in your theatre. You can't look past some bad acting and poor lighting design. You dislike jumpscares and/or malaprops.
See it if You like wildly creative downtown theater that makes you think (but doesn't take itself too seriously)
Don't see it if you aren't going to appreciate a little silliness
See it if You enjoy defamiliarization and experimentation, horror tropes remixed, innovative set, sound, and costume designs.
Don't see it if You don't like loud noises or negative capability.
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