A tight-knit, Michigan-based thriller about trust as power, art as disclosure, and how processed souls are poised for mutual destruction.
Suddenly-famous artist Inque and her lawyer husband Michael haven't been married very long, but suddenly, she's acting strangely--leaving her new house in the middle of the night, rubbing white paint into her hair, acutely aware of everything. Michael does what any husband would do--he hires a private investigator to watch from the house opposite. Inque hires a therapist to work through her own strange feelings. And while Michael waits for Inque to get "normal" again, Inque waits for a midnight visitor--and for her past to catch up with her. This time, she might actually be ready--if her carefully constructed plan actually works and doesn't kill her first.
Bryanna Lee is a Grand Rapids based theatre artist who discovered her passion for creating, acting, and storytelling in Randy Wyatt’s classroom. She was last seen on the Actors’ Theatre stage as Kendra in Gloria, Becca in Petty Crimes, and Winnifred in Witch. Her favorite roles in Wyatt productions include Burgundy Player in Love and Information, Daisy in Rhinoceros, Melibea in The Illusion, and Marjory in The Moors.
Michael Empson is an actor, teaching artist, director. He’s performed in, coached, and directed numerous productions throughout the US. He’s a member of the Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium, the Michael Chekhov Association, and the Society of American Fight Directors. Michael was last seen on the Actor's stage as Scratch in last season’s production of Witch.
Linnae Caurdy is a ceramicist and theatre artist who has acted, directed, and created new theatre pieces in San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Detroit, Ann Arbor, and her hometown of Grand Rapids. She is also a founding member of The (Beat) Theatre Collective based out of Chicago. In 2018 The (Beat) made its GR debut in Art Prize with Perchance To Dream, an immersive theatrical adaptation of Hamlet which she co-devised and co-directed. Some Grand Rapids acting credits include, Rapture, Blister, Burn; Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play; Detroit '67, Constellations, and others.
Seth Kauderer is a longtime theatre fan, and recently returned to performing after a decade long absence. You may have seen him most recently on stage as Lenny Ganz in Rumors with Central Park Players, Thomas Chapman in Miss Holmes with Muskegon Civic Theatre, or just following a squirrel home to possibly uncover the mythical Golden Acorn.
Steven Taber is a charter member of Actors' Theatre having appeared in the first season show Whose Life is it Anyway?. This will be his 32nd production for Actors' Theatre. The last play he directed for Actors' Theatre was Harmony, a One Act play by Randy Wyatt. The last play he appeared in for Actors' Theatre was A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About The Death of Walt Disney by Lucas Hnath. Directed by Randy Wyatt.