The play tracks the story of a screenwriter (played by Peter Frechette) who becomes entangled in the life of a university professor under investigation for a grisly murder. What begins as self-interest soon gives way to empathy, and a bond between men from seemingly opposite worlds inexorably deepens. An eerie, grimly funny whodunit, Spatter Pattern (Or, How I Got Away With It) is a brutally honest and touching elegy about survival and the guilt that accompanies it.
Playwrights Horizons presents this new play by Neal Bell, directed by Michael Greif.
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