This monologue from a harmlessly comic misanthrope covers frogs, peanut butter, public transportation, and where she buries the bodies.
"Steven Yockey's series of haunted tales is strung together with expert eeriness."LA Weekly
"Yockey's new play is an eerie excursion into the surreal and supernatural."Backstage
"...The theatrical equivalent of Disneyland's Space Mountain, i.e. equal parts excitement, terror, and glee, Very Still and Hard To See provides thrills galore."Stage Scene LA
LINDSAY - a woman, paranoid and charming, nervous but likeable
WOMAN - a trendy woman who steps out of the group
From very still & hard to see, a collection of short plays by the acclaimed playwright Steve Yockey – a magical, funny, and occasionally surreal creation that will take you on an exhilarating, visceral journey.