Synopses & Reviews
When a young woman buys her first flat it seems that all her dreams are coming true. Then she meets him: her odd but strangely attractive neighbor. But when an innocent prank goes horribly wrong the newly-formed friendship is pushed to
breaking point. Only then do these neighbors realize how little they know about each other.
An 80-minute thriller with plenty of homages to Hitchcock in the script. This neat little two-hander [is] beautifully suited to studio theatre
Promising!” The Times
A vertical, sinister thriller about neighbors, for an age when a stranger is only one wall away.
About the Author
Jason Halls first full-length play, Eyes Catch Fire
won Canadas Herman Voaden National Playwriting Competition in 2003. Produced at the Finborough Theatre, London in 2004, it was selected as a Time Out Critics Choice GBS
, his second play, was first produced at Torontos Factory Theatre in 2004, then at Londons Theatre 503, in 2006, and most recently at New Yorks off-Broadway Kirk Theatre on Theatre Row, in 2010.