Strange Flesh

In the winter of 1674, Puritan Elea Bradshaw is witness to an unspeakable act. The ensuing scandal raises questions about the nature of lust, love, and how unspoken things become unspeakable.


“…all at once beautiful and unnerving…subtle but omnipresent, the faintly disturbing tone of the music allows the audience to enter the psyche of the play’s unnerved characters, to feel the incessantly plaguing weight of their shame.” – Yale Daily News