Why See Squeamish?
The New Play from Aaron Mark
Two-time Tony nominee Alison Fraser (The Secret Garden, First Daughter Suite) stars as a volatile psychoanalyst off her meds in this new psychological horror at The Beckett. Presented by All for One Theater, the story follows her increasingly unhinged quest for personal balance after the death of her nephew.
Squeamish is the third horror play from Aaron Mark, following the acclaimed Empanada Loca and Another Medea. The latter of which, which debuted Off Off Broadway in 2015 and took the form of a monologue from murderous sociopath, was called "inherently disturbing." by Time Out New York. We don't doubt that Squeamish repeats the trick!
Opening night: 6 October 2017
May be inappropriate for ages 15 and under
90 minutes, no intermission
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Cast and Creative
Written & Directed by Aaron Mark
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