Dark Part of the Forest
A couple and their daughter move to the country in search of peace and safety. When young girls go missing, everything is threatened
When Joan moves from the city to the country with her Air Traffic Controller husband and 12-year-old daughter, the move creates a growing sense of anxiety. When young girls begin to go missing the building tension threatens to tear the family apart.
“...compact, poetic, turbulent writing...a vivid appreciation of how dark the forest that surrounds us can be...a topic that is both timely and eternal.” - Christopher Rawson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
There are few contemporary plays...that leave audience frozen in their seats...the writing is eerily real.” - Keren Schultz, The Westfield Leader