By Brooke Berman
Directed by Sharone Halevy
Assistant Directed by Goncalo Ruivo

May 16 – 25
The Access Theater

 A cycle of interwoven plays following Liddy and Emerson, siblings coping with the death of their mother, as they hydrate, meditate, and attempt the impossible—‘find’ themselves.

Cast: Michael Sean Cirelli, Matt Davis, Meridith Jones, Keilly McQuail, Thomas Muccioli, Rebecca Schoffer, Jordan Douglas Smith and Erica Genereux Smith.

“Crashbox Theater shines once again in this well-performed production which explores family, love, and loss.”

-Adrienne Urbanski, Theatre is Easy

“Brooke Berman’s four-part examination of a brother and sister and their search for self after the death of their mother. By turns funny, tough, moving, and surprisingly romantic, Crashbox’s production is cozily experimental and filled with heartfelt, convincing performances by a talented cast.”

– Jason Bailey, Flavorpill

“Crashbox’s production is a treat to watch, filled with perfectly sparse movement and song and raw performances from the cast. The show explores that often fine line in mental health between subtly giving in and loudly breaking down.”

-Java Nahoon, All Things Fangirl

Read actress Keilly McQuail’s interview on

Visible Soul: Zack Calhoon interviews The Liddy Plays director Sharone Halevy