A testament to this haunting play is that it stands on its own engaging integrity even before you add in the extra whammy that it’s based on a true story.
“Stalking the Bogeyman” is a nakedly honest rumination on what led David Holthouse (Roderick Hill), a successful journalist by day, to spend his nights intricately plotting to murder the man who raped him as a child. Originally a narrative on “This American Life,” the recounting of one man’s journey into the heart of darkness feels personal on a much greater scale, especially when shared in the intimacy of Stage 5 at New World Stages (340 W. 50th St.).
This tragedy is not something that happens to other people; it’s something for everyone to explore on whatever level it makes the most sense to them — and they will proceed to process it in their minds for a long time.
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For tickets, visit www.stalkingthebogeyman.com.