Danger Signals

Eva Jaunzemis, Robert M. Johanson and Jessica Almasy star in Danger Signals at New Ohio Theatre. Original photo by Charlie Dennis.

By Andrew Andrews

A few years ago, a drunk driver collided with the vehicle of Iranian-American director Sanaz Ghajar, causing traumatic internal bleeding and major damage to her frontal lobes and putting her into a coma. Over the next two years, Ghajar’s brain slowly rebuilt itself, creating new pathways that were “other, strong, weaker and more complicated.” Uncertain about how to finish the piece that she had started developing before the incident, Ghajar enlisted acclaimed British playwright Nina Segal to collaborate on “something between a play and a devised piece of theater.”

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Andrew Andrews attended Danger Signals at New Ohio Theatre in New York on Saturday, April 28, 2018 @ 8:00pm to write this review.

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