by Claire Kiechel
Directed by Carl Forsman
August 4 - September 10, 2017
On a ship to colonize a newly discovered planet, a soldier and a teenage girl find themselves quarantined in one of the ship’s cabins with only an outdated robot and each other for company. When they’re no longer able to create fantasies to escape their past lives, the two cabin-mates are forced to explore their own traumatic histories in order to connect and survive.
Content disclaimer: Contains violence, strong sexual content and brief nudity.
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*member of Actor's Equity Association
"The play may be set in the future, but it has a timeless quality...Kiechel displays a strong sense of imagination that manages to mix humor and tragedy in a welcome balance."
-Sarasota Herald-Tribune (Full Review)
"A compelling journey! Part sci-fi, part comedy, part horror, part love story...It's all fresh, abosrbing and tautly told."
-Sarasota Magazine (Full Review)
"A smartly written piece of thinking-man's sci-fi...
a perfect-for-summer drama."
-The Bradenton Times (Full Review)
"Director Carl Forsman honors the psychological drama dominating nearly every scene. But when the play takes a sharp turn into the Twilight Zone, Forsman doesn’t flinch from the otherworldly implications."
-The Observer (Full Review)