By Susan McCully, directed by Eve Muson
In an isolated Appalachian town, the hard-hewn folk return to their backwoods rituals to ward off threats from an increasingly hostile modern world. Will Lorna convince her mother to make the necessary sacrifice and prevent social and ecological disaster? Will the chilling rite at Kerrmoor be repeated?

“Clear as a bell, aided by McCully’s sturdy, authentic performance… the great hall in Baltimore’s Emmanuel Episcopal Church [is[ a resonant spot for Eve Muson’s atmospheric production.” —Washington Post
“A stylish co-production…Katie Hileman is a standout, nimbly negotiating the role’s mood swings.” —Baltimore Sun
“Strange, haunting, beautiful, and moving. Kerrmoor is great theatre. I highly recommend it.” —What Weekly
“Captivating…a potent, haunting play.” —DC Metro Theatre Arts
“McCully’s play is vivid and visceral…a colossal experience.” —TheatreBloom
“Fascinating…an impressive production and a Charm City Fringe must-see show.” —The Bad Oracle
October 29-November 15, 2015 at Emmanuel Episcopal Church

This production was a co-production with the Strand Theater Company and a proud participant in The 14th Annual Page to Stage Festival 2015, Women’s Voices Theater Festival and Charm City Fringe. Kerrmoor was made possible with the generous support of the UMBC College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (Scott Casper, Dean) and an Individual Artist Award from the Maryland State Arts Council.

Back to Top