TURN OF THE SCREW
As adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher, Turn of the Screw tells the story of a young governess sent to an isolated country mansion to oversee the education of two orphans. Her employer and the orphans’ uncle, a wealthy and mysterious man from London, gives her only one caution: no matter what happens, she is not to bother him with their problems or bad behavior. When she’s visited by the spirits of the late valet and the governess hired before her, she begins to fear for the safety of her two charges - but are these apparitions real, or are they a just one symptom of her slow descent into madness?
Lindsay W. Evans and Jonathan Stutzman
adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher
directed by Beau Prichard (deputy director: Kirsten Rogers)
set design by Paul Thomas
costume design by Amy Baldwin
dialect coaching by Gin Hammond