Inspired by a missing scene in Crime and Punishment, We Will Not Describe the Conversation follows a massage therapist whose latest client has come with the news that her estranged brother has committed a heinous crime and is nowhere to be found. The women try to piece together how this happened, while also uncovering their own dark desires and the fear that they will one day turn out like him.
Eugenie Carabatsos is a New York based playwright. Her full-length plays have won the Kennedy Center Harold and Mimi Steinberg National Student Playwriting Award, BroadwayWorld Award for Best Play in South Carolina, the Trustus Theatre Playwrights Contest, the Mountain Playhouse Comedy Writing Competition, the Venus Theatre Festival, the University of Tulsa's WomensWork Competition, and the Variations Theatre Group's Unchained Festival. They have been produced by Trustus Theatre, iDiOM Theatre, and South Park Theatre, as well as in festivals and through development programs like the Great Plains Theater Conference and Last Frontier Theater Conference. She graduated with her MFA in Dramatic Writing from Carnegie Mellon University in 2016, and received her BA from Wesleyan University in 2010. More info at www.eugeniecarabatsos.com.