Award Winning Second Skin Theatre presents two haunting and occasionally blackly humorous tales of dislocation, madness and liberation, side by side for a very limited run from July 3rd-14th.
'The Horla', inspired by Guy De Maupassant and readapted by Andy McQuade, tells the haunting story of one woman's battle with betrayal and a demonic creature that threatens her life and sanity. Starring Maud Madlyn as 'Isabelle', this is Theatre Associate Director Liyu's debut directing project with Second Skin -and we are so excited by what we've seen so far!
This will be followed by William Whitehurst's acclaimed 'Pigeon Man Apocalypse' which played to sold-out and enthralled theatres across the US.
Telling the tale of Arthur Cork, a disturbed boy who inhabits a warehouse with only pigeons for company... and sustenance... and with a horrific story to be told.
New York-based actor -and Second Skin Theatre Principal Actor, Mark Binet brings the thriller to life, directed by Fringe Report 'Best Director, 2012' Andy McQuade -who originally performed the show in 2005.
Make your way down the wormhole of the White Rabbit Theatre for a double bill to thrill, disturb and most definitely ask uncomfortable questions about our own role and responsibilities with those society deems as insane.
Second Skin Theatre