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Published on May 2, 2012
Hayley Silvers, Annie Sherman, Andrea Muller, and Michael Chandler talk about what it's like to work on a world premiere of an entirely new piece, and the pressure and responsibility involved in bringing a new "person" into the literary world.
A World Premier by Tom Eubanks Directed by Brian Robert Harris Produced by Roger Krevenas
April 20 - May 27
Fridays & Saturdays at 8 p.m. Sundays at 2 p.m.
Sixteen-year-old Hannah lives in a California girls' dormitory. When a night watchman named Marshall begins coming to her room at odd hours to reprimand her and her two fellow students for curfew violations, things begin to disappear from her room and mysteriously her ability to play a multitude of musical instruments disappears as well. Marshall and Hannah's relationship takes them on a journey of self-discovery that exhumes Hannah's past and turns her reality into a nightmare of delusion and deception -- and nothing will awaken the truth like confronting pure evil.