What You Are About To See Is Real

Written by Randy Sharp & Michael Gump

Directed by Randy Sharp

December 8, 1993 - January 2, 1994

Wednesdays - Sundays at 8pm
General Admission $12

King Spike Theatre Company presents four one-acts about the supernatural and the psychologically abnormal: Waxboy, Razorman, D.N.R., Peanut.

Waxboy, about a deranged mental patient who abducts people and dips them in wax. Sharp, also the play's director, notes it's based on an old Grand Guignol plot.

Razorman, a funny quickie about a bedroom slasher.

D.N.R., a supernatural tale of a cancer patient haunted by a bloody specter.

Peanut, an unsettling story of a psycho who preys on a family that is itself disturbed. This one's bas on the case of Westchester child butcher Albert Fish.

(Synopses from New York Daily News article, "For Real Drama, the Slay's the Thing", by Paul Schultz)

Featuring: Shari Albert, Jim Cullom, Sheryl Dold, Michael Gump, Robert Ierardi, Jon Johnson, Dee Peltier, G.W. Rooney, Chris Swift

Director: Randy Sharp
Sets: Leon Muniere
Lighting: Trad Burns
Sound: Michael Birnbaum
Press: Peter Cromarty/Michael Hartman

Performed at the Samuel Beckett Theatre, 410 W. 42nd St., New York, NY