Audience: David Taylor
“Brimstone” is the scariest campfire story ever told, performed in shadows and candlelight, punctuated by silence and screams, against the backdrop of a howling wind and raging snowstorm and brought to life by expert improvisers who craft a unique play each performance within the framework of an abandoned town with a terrifying past somewhere in the Old West. The cast creates sympathetic characters before plunging them into a world of dread and approaching doom, with the doom being different with each new audience’s suggestion. Some say Brimstone was done in by poison, witches or an Indian curse. Your audience will hear differently. It’s the best manifestation of horror I’ve ever seen on a stage.