By Abi Basch
Directed by Jenny McConnell Frederick
March 7 – April 3, 2011

“Rorschach hasn’t lost its immersive touch.”
— DC Theatre Scene

“You bet it’s haunted.”
— Washington Post

A storm rages outside.  Emma and Franklin take refuge in the attic of an Alabama plantation house.  As they explore the attic they are haunted by the spirits of a dark past – the daughter of a 1920’s Klu Klux Klan leader and a wounded civil-war soldier.  As time and space spin around them, the rain continues, the waters rise and the house begins to leak its secrets. VOICES UNDERWATER is an exquisite exploration of the ghosts that lurk just beneath the surface.

TWO HELEN HAYES NOMINATIONS: Scenic Design and Sound Design

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PRODUCED BY Jenny McConnell Frederick and Randy Baker

FEATURING Ricardo Frederick Evans, Julie Garner, Kari Ginsburg and Clementine Thomas
DESIGNED BY Company Member David C. Ghatan (Set Designer) with Lynly Saunders (Costume Designer), Andrew Griffin (Lighting Designer), Nicole Martin (Sound Designer) and Lauren Cucarola (Props Designer)
STAGE MANAGED BY Sharon King (Stage Manager) and Joseph Michael Jones (Assistant Stage Manager)

Performed at the National Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts