The cast of Red Tape’s “The Skriker,” playing through October 20.
Forget haunted houses. The most chilling experience in Chicago at this moment is Red Tape Theatre’s unsettling production of Caryl Churchill’s The Skriker. That’s not to say this show, which is smartly staged as a shape-shifting promenade by Eric Hoff, is filled with soil-yer-pants “boo!” moments. Rather, the moment you enter Red Tape’s “gymnasium from doom” venue, Hoff and company set a sinister tone that never loosens its grip for nearly two hours. Read the full review on The Huffington Post >