“An 80-minute thriller with plenty of homages to Hitchcock in the script. This neat little two-hander [is] beautifully suited to studio theatre…Promising!” –Times
'The last thing I want is all these total strangers, who live literally inches away from me, knowing every last detail of my life.'
When a young woman buys her first flat it seems that all her dreams are coming true. Then she meets him. Overbearing, brash, and prone to spectacular gaffs, her across-the-hall neighbor is definitely strange – yet strangely attractive. But when an innocent prank goes horribly wrong the newly-formed friendship is pushed to breaking point. Only then do the neighbors realize they don't know as much about each other as they thought they did.
A vertical thriller for a time when a stranger is only one wall away.
Jason Hall was born in Toronto, Canada. His first play, Eyes Catch Fire, won Canada's Herman Voaden National Playwriting Competition and received its world premiere at London's Finborough Theatre (Time Out Critics' Choice). Jason's second full-length play, GBS, has been performed at the Factory Studio, Toronto and Theatre 503, London). He currently lives in London, England.