Everyone who ever died is here, just in a different part of here. And if you listen, really listen, you can hear them—in the thin places—the places where the line between our world and some other world is very thin. It’s like if you were to imagine an octopus in an aquarium, pressed up against glass…except that there’s no glass, and no octopus. An eerie new play by the Tony-nominated author of The Christians, Death Tax and A Doll’s House, Part 2.
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