Paralyzed

WORLD PREMIERE. Leigh and Lee are two strangers who have little in common besides their names—she is a Type A statistician and he is an aggressive former athlete. But the discovery of a mysterious suicide note in a hotel bathroom sets their lives on unexpected paths that go anywhere but according to plan. Paralyzed tells a striking story of guilt, personal responsibility, and the power of forgiveness.


Paralyzed by Etan Frankel was cancelled due to COVID-19.

This play contains explicit language. Viewer discretion is advised.​


 

CREATIVE

Director  |  Meg Gilbert
Scenic Designer  |  Bruce Price
Lighting Designer  |  Michael Cummings
Sound Designer  |  David Sabbagh
Projections Designer | Thom Korp

CAST

Leigh  |  Rachel Moulton*
Lee  |  Alexander Stuart
 

 

PARALYZED IN THE NEWS

SRQ MAGAZINE  I  March 6, 2020  I  FST Presents World Premiere of Paralyzed

SARASOTA HERALD-TRIBUNE  I  March 15, 2020  I  Actors reunite in world premiere of Paralyzed at Florida Studio Theatre

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