A series of creepy pranks has driven an impressionable 30-something actress, Katie, to distraction. One evening while out for a jog, she falls into a camouflaged cistern. Drifting past consciousness, she calls for her lifelong friend Sarah. A features reporter from New Haven, Sarah soon finds herself a player in a twisted and deadly plot. Overwhelmed by bizarre suspects and the torment of her own psychological turmoil, Sarah struggles to find answers to increasingly shadowy questions. This chilling tale set in New England provides insight into the lives of summer-stock theater players.
About the Author:
Shelly Frome is an associate professor of dramatic arts at the University of Connecticut. He is the author of the plays Death in the Stacks, Last of the Good Guys, Sun Dance for Andy Horn, and Harlequin Jones, as well as the books The Actors Studio, Sun Dance for Andy Horn, and Playwriting. He lives in Litchfield, Connecticut.