We're not alone here..
After a much-lauded debut in Chicago, Grey House makes its way to Broadway - starring Laurie Metcalf! The production, directed by Tony-winner Joe Mantello (Wicked, Assassins, The Boys in the Band), promises to bring an entirely new Broadway experience to audiences. It's equal parts intelligent and terrifying, and will leave even the most experienced theatre-goers unnerved. Don't miss Grey House's horror-thriller tale of a couple stranded in a remote cabin - if you dare!
Metcalf stars alongside Tatiana Maslany and Sophia Anne Caruso in this unsettling new play by Levi Holloway. A young married couple, Max and Henry, find themselves stranded in the woods after hitting a deer with their car. This might all sound very familiar so far, but that's where it starts to get weird - and very, very creepy. They find refuge (or so they think) in a remote cabin inhabited by a family of teenage girls and their mother. Or is it their mother? Reality and timelines begin to blur, and Max and Henry start to question how well they actually know each other.
During its Chicago premiere, critics praised Holloway's play as being "a savvy, smart, self-aware new play", with equal praise for the talented design team who bring her unusual and unsettling world to life on stage. It's certainly not your average Broadway production - but then again, that's often when the most memorable theatrical experiences happen.