Darling is a black comedy disguised as a horror film disguised as a dance. Inspired by the genre subversion and dysfunctional family dynamics of the The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Darling exposes killers, cannibals, half-wits and the sexually demented for who they really are - monsters with extraordinary human qualities who must put up with the shaming and nagging of their insufferable families, just like everyone else. Darling answers the burning question, "What do butchers and cannibals do in their off-time? And, how do they do it?" Darling is essentially the story of family - necessary, painful, horrific, and ultimately laughable. Performed by Inka Juslin, Sam Kim, Ryan McNamara, and Liz Santoro, SAM KIM makes dances that focus on the margins of culture and behavior, creating space for vulnerability while courting danger.