UNDER A RED MOON

Inspired by a true incident that occurred between serial killer, John George Haigh (“The Acid Bath Murderer”) and two young American women in London in 1948, shortly prior to his arrest, the play focuses on Haigh’s psychiatric evaluation as he tries to prove himself insane and thereby avoid standing trial. Produced as a reading by the Roundabout Theatre, NYC, starring Billy Crudup and Kate Burton, directed by Erica Schmidt.

World premiere production, directed by Margarett Perry and starring Bradford Cover and Dee Pelletier opened at The Human Race Theatre, Dayton, Ohio, October, 2012 as a co-production with the Carnegie Center, Covington, Kentucky.

“You don’t want to miss this thriller.” – Dayton City Paper

“Riveting. A fascinating look at evil intertwined with faith.” – Dayton Metro

“A chilling psychological thriller.” – WDTN (Dayton NBC Affiliate)

“A thriller that grabs you by the throat. People will be on the edge of their seats.” – Cincinnati City Beat

“Chilling.” – Cincinnati Enquirer