Marisol Van Schoyck
A desperate priest and the ultimate fight for his soul.
In this universal story of forgiveness, Father Benedict is coming unhinged by the haunting voices in his head—voices from confession. When he’s almost lost it, two peculiar seminarians interrupt his mental breakdown. The adversaries bicker and battle until one of them helps Father Benedict reach a place of peace.
Category: Fringe Development – Play
Tags: Drama, Spiritual, ASL
Rating: R (17+)
Venue: Know Theatre
Run Time: 60 Minutes
Marisol Van Schoyck is an emerging playwright and screenwriter new to Ohio. Her playwriting began in Virginia at The Little Theatre of Alexandria, under Rich Amada. Her works include Free Hugs, Goodbye Charlie and I Confess. Her plays have been performed by Aldersgate Community Theater and The Inkwell Theater. Her work is inspired by the desire to include individuals of all abilities. She is making her directorial debut at the Fringe.