Friday, March 31, 2006

Description + Bio

"The Butcherhouse Chronicles" is darkly comic horror show about four high school students out to discover the truth behind a mysterious old property known as The Butcherhouse. The archetypes of a slasher film frame a story about unrequited lust and the ripple effect of poor judgment.

Michael P. Hidalgo is a playwright/screenwriter whose work has been featured in Peeling—a NYC-based Asian American performance group—where he was contributing writer, producer, performer and director from 2000 to 2001. In addition, his work has appeared prominently in the Lemonade reading series and Desipina & Company’s “Seven/Eleven Convenience Theatre”. This summer, his play “The Butcherhouse Chronicles” will premiere at Arielle Tepper’s 3rd Annual Summer Play Festival in NYC.