Imagine waking up one morning to find someone you don’t recognize sleeping in your bed—someone who is wearing your clothes and claiming everything in your room as his own.  Now imagine your bedroom door is locked and neither of you can leave…


It’s shaping up to be a delightful, lazy Sunday morning.  Sean Seally will likely stick a pop tart in the toaster and return to the notes for a story he typed up the night before while Dr. Jonathan Harris Kent will put on a fresh pot of coffee, make comments on his students’ term papers and prepare his classes for the week ahead.  However, when the sarcastic reporter and bookish university professor wake up trapped in a room they each recognize as their own, the world they are faced with is anything but the everyday.


Run the Maze, Burn the Maze, using a single scene in a single act, engages its audience in a fast-paced psychological exploration of identity as two men from separate worlds attempt to figure out who they are and who they aren’t, as well as how to get out of the cell they’re in.


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