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Aubrey Plaza and Christopher Abbott star in John Patrick Shanley's breakthrough play "Danny and the Deep Blue Sea," a searing portrayal of the imperceptible space between joy and pain.

Plaza is Roberta, a divorcée with a teenage son, while Abbott plays Danny, a brooding loner who lives with his mother. Both are haunted by their pasts and when the two strangers sidle up to a bar in the Bronx, they compare scars over beers. The unlikely pair uncover their deepest, darkest truths, carving out space for empathy — and maybe more.

"Danny and the Deep Blue Sea" is a gripping, early drama from John Patrick Shanley, the celebrated writer of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award®-winning "Doubt: A Parable."



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1962. Last stop on the road to nowhere. A washed-up starlet, down to her last dime. A demented daughter out for revenge. Demons of darkness from the depths of hell. All this and music, too!

Grade Z movie starlet Renee "a Go-Go" Flame, who received worldwide recognition for performing the twist with no underwear at the famed Peppermint Lounge in New York City, is on the run from a daughter she pinned a murder on, her double-crossing boyfriend and an ancient religious cult with a dark secret. It all culminates with blackmail, human sacrifice, and dancing!

Welcome to the world of "Twisted," a fast and funny train ride to hell that pays homage not only to exploitation films of the early sixties but to the "twisted" underground theater of the past.

This "Anything Goes" dark comedy with songs was written by Joel Greenhouse and will be directed by Joe John Battista.