by ​​​Chisa Hutchinson
directed by Sarah Rasmussen
dramaturg, Amrita Ramanan
Pacific Playwrights Festival
April 28, 2019 - April 28, 2019

Strange things are happening in Rebecca’s new apartment—poltergeist strange. And it’s not easy being on the front lines of gentrification.  Now Yvette, a homeless woman, keeps intruding on her life. But even the best home-security system can’t save Rebecca from what’s really haunting her.

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Chisa Hutchinson's award-winning plays, which include She Like Girls, The Subject, Dead & Breathing, Surely Goodness and Mercy and Somebody’s Daughter among many others, have been presented by such venues as Atlantic Theater Company, Primary Stages, City Parks’ SummerStage, the National Black Theater, the Contemporary American Theater Festival and Second Stage Theater. She’s been a Lark Fellow, a Dramatists Guild Fellow, a New York NeoFuturist, Resident Playwright at Second Stage, and a staff writer for the Blue Man Group.  She is also a member of New Dramatists. Currently, she’s gearing up for two productions in NYC, one of a play commissioned by Audible, and working on several film projects. She anticipates the final cut of the screen adaptation of her play, The Subject, any minute now. chisahutchinson.com
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