A psychologist reveals that the greatest fear is fear of yourself.
September 24 – November 13, 2010
The NOHO Event Center
Presented by Psycho Clan
“In one scene conceived by the playwright Eric Sanders, a doctor inside a room of mirrors explains the story of a 19th-century psychologist, who, after writing a paper on fear, learned that the most frightening thing in the world was confronting yourself. He then went mad, we are told, building this space where he could confront his phobia. Besides being well executed, the following “boo,” which involves the mirrors, works on old anxieties, tweaked just enough to make something new.”
- Jason Zinoman, The New York Times
“Pay attention to signs and pictures and even the floor for the little things that make you feel like your at the most f*cked up crazy house you’ve ever been in. One of the rooms was so disorienting I walked right into a mirror!”
- The Jaded Viewer