A series of haunting stories conjure an unstable world made of childhood recollections and the deepest, most personal memories.
In the tradition of sleepovers and campfires around the world, 'Ghost Stories' brings audiences into an intimate immersive space; the journey is guided by three performers whose presences disappear and resurface across the evening, leading the audience to navigate their own relationship to belief and skepticism in what is real. 'Ghost Stories' is inspired by encounters with the unknown, seeking how - and if - the shared experience of not knowing can lead to momentary community.
'The experience removes not only the fourth wall, but the first, second, and third as well. That's not to say this play is scary. It’s unsettling, the way any completely dark and silent room full of people would be, but the tenor of the play is ultimately one of nostalgia, as the actors take turns reflecting on what they have lost or, even worse, what may have never existed at all."