Set in modern London, this fantasy melds the ethereal and temporal worlds as a shapeshifter plagues two young women. The Skriker – straight out of British folklore – makes life for Josie and Lily difficult and unsteady, its ever-changing form catching them off guard. With language that shifts and changes as easily as the Skriker itself, themes of possession, love, and self-deception are explored throughout this astonishing fable.
By Caryl Churchill
Directed by Lauren Zeftel
⇒ Content Alert: Mental health, mental illness, infant death
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