Mazen-winner K. Bryan Neel's script offers a pronounced tonal shift in the evening. Our third offering is set on the eerie compound of an extreme cult, where a proselytizing leader's grip on the minds of his obedient followers has come to a head, igniting tragedy. The resultant, high-stakes situation upon which the play focuses succeeds in being believable and complicated without being particularly rushed. Brevity is among the playwright's tools. It's a very good ten-minute script.
We're now 3-for-3, as White Nights went through a complete run.