Nylon Fusion Theatre presents a story of a little girl who is living with her aunt while her mother is serving in the Army, and her imaginary friend, a cantankerous Irish fairy. More…
A suggestible and precocious eight year old girl named Siobhan has been forced to live with her unmarried aunt because her single mother, a truck mechanic in the Army, has been called up to active duty. While the aunt cultivates a love affair with an understanding young artist, Siobhan immerses herself in a book about Irish folklore. Her solitary hours are spent conjuring an eerie friend named Seaneen, a peevish 8000 year old Irish fairy. It's not certain if this playmate is imaginary or real, but it's certain that the imp is coaching the girl to manipulate and spiral out of control. Has he come to keep the lonely child company...or to steal her soul?
See it if You love Yeat's THE STOLEN CHILD. Also great acting by the lead Meghan St. Thomas. Compelling if a bit shaky story. Like indie theater.
Don't see it if Expect a Broadway show. Expect a polished script. Don't like uneven direction.