Three dark comedies by award-winning playwright Gregory S Moss.
sixsixsix is a “wickedly cunning take on Faust” (Flavorpill), a metaphysical revenge tragedy about the daughter of a renowned scientist seeking to punish her famous father for her mother’s death.
House of Gold is a surreal investigation of the notorious murder of an American beauty queen. “Over the top and yet heartbreakingly real… a creepy and surprisingly profound play” (L.A. Times).
Billy Witch is a dark comedy about the 1980s, summer camp, haunted cabins and animal instincts. “Half Wet Hot American Summer and half Hedwig and the Angry Inch” (Wilmington Star), Billy Witch “takes the familiar ingredients of high school horror – summer camp, a lake, ghost stories – and hurls them into a whirlwind of comic sexual awakening” (The New York Times).
This edition includes original papercut illustrations by Dylan Metrano.
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