The Spirit House

An American diplomat’s family living in Thailand in 1965 discovers the magic – and danger – of being innocents abroad.

Cast: 3 F, 3 M

“Written with passion and vigor, this play transforms the simple idea of an American family in Thailand into a thickly layered story of how the spirits of one culture can seep into the skin of unsuspecting visitors.” — The Michigan Daily

“Fairly boils with from-the-gut emotion. A living-room showdown…is as lacerating as any sexual battle I can recall on a stage.” — Ann Arbor News

“Kraar’s intriguing script is especially timely given today’s political climate.” –Between the Lines News

“…without question the [Key West Theatre] Festival’s best offering…” –Backstage

  • Awarded Playwright-in-Residence Fellowship from Manhattan Theatre Club
  • Workshops at Key West Theatre Festival and Geva Theatre
  • Finalist, Humana Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville
  • Premiere at Performance Network of Ann Arbor