Frozen, according to press notes, "tells the story of three strangers who are drawn together by horrific circumstances. The mother of a child who has disappeared, the kidnapper, and an academic studying serial killers embark on a long and dark journey spanning twenty years. Frozen explores the human capacity for forgiveness, remorse and change."
Directed by Matt Renskers, the limited engagement will continue through Jan. 30 and feature Ryan Krause, Terra Mackintosh, Max Nolen and Denise Poirier.
This production will be presented as a fusion of theatre, film and mixed media in an art studio in Brooklyn, creating an installation that lives for the entirety of the production. At certain weeknight performances, special talkbacks will be scheduled with individuals in the fields of law, psychology and criminal justice.
Other members of the creative team include Emma Arlauskas (assistant director), Justin and Christopher Swader (scenic and props designers), Abby Wells (lighting designer), Nick Hussong (projection designer), Amy Jo Jackson (dialect coach) and Heather Lessard (production stage manager).
Studio 301 is located at 301 Ten Eyck Street in Brooklyn. For tickets and more information, visit ETG.NYC.