Ken and Cynthia have been married for thirty years. Ken and Cynthia drive to their vacation home for the weekend. Ken and Cynthia hit a deer. Ken seriously just wants to spend the weekend alone with his wife, but Cynthia seriously will not abandon their lifeless, bloody new pet. As the carcass begins to take over their lives, secrets surface, sanity slips, and someone may not be quite as dead as they should be. Note: contains strong language.
Aaron Mark’s [writing]…is vivid, original, and mesmerizing. - Theater Pizzazz
March 9 through April 9
Fridays & Saturdays 8:00
Aaron Mark is a New York-based director and playwright. As writer-director: Empanada Loca with Daphne Rubin-Vega (Labyrinth Theater Company, 3 Drama Desk nominations, OCC nomination), Another Medea with Tom Hewitt (All For One at the Cherry Lane and the Wild Project), and the upcoming Squeamish with Alison Fraser. His plays Empanada Loca and Deer (world premiere at Stage West) are published by Dramatists Play Service. Directing credits include The Mystery of Irma Vep and Deathtrap (Berkshire Theatre Festival), Ben Rimalower's long-running, award-winning Patti Issues and Bad With Money (Duplex and tours), Hedwig... (BC/EFA at New World Stages), Ghostlight Nine (AFO at the Cherry Lane), and Paul Iacono's Where's the Fucking Kid (54 Below) and Psychedelic Hedonism (Joe's Pub). He is the writer-director of three independent feature films and is a New York Theatre Workshop Usual Suspect, but he does not have aaronmark.com because it belongs to a German gay porn star with the same name, so his website is aaronmark.nyc.