Communing with the dead isn’t scary; it’s downright unreal.
Mid-nineteenth century upstate New York: through a series of rappings, levitations, and table tippings, the three Fox sisters gained fame through their unearthly abilities to contact and commune with the dead.
But was it all a hoax? Or was it something darker, more sinister, and all too real?
Tags: Physical Theatre, Horror, Feminist
Venue: Know Theatre
Please note there is no late seating for this production.
Based on current infection rates and active cases, Cincy Fringe plans to make masking encouraged, but optional in performance spaces for audiences for the 2023 Festival.
Please note that we will re-evaluate this policy if infection rates rise significantly before or during the Festival, in the interest of keeping the festival accessible to our most vulnerable artists, patrons, and staff.
Thank you for your understanding.
InBocca Performance is a theatre company with the goal of performing high-quality and bleeding-edge theatre productions and inspiring people to be creators.
We create mostly devised and deconstructed work, specifically with local members of our community, no matter their age. We believe in taking risks, making mistakes, and going for broke.
Past Fringe Credits
My Twisted Face (2015)
Charlie’s Girls (2016)
What She Found There (2017)
Nellie Bly: A Menace to Propriety (2019)
The Butterfly Heist (2021) (directed) (ARTIST’S PICK OF THE FRINGE)