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About the Show

Who We Are



At the heart of Crawlspace are its intricately woven and complex characters. Set against the backdrop of a chilling true-crime narrative, the characters in this musical undergo profound transformations that challenge the audience's perceptions of good and evil. From the enigmatic and menacing John Wayne Gacy to the tormented Doctor Matthewson, each character's journey is a haunting odyssey through the depths of the human psyche.


As the story unfolds, viewers are drawn into the psychological maelstrom that shapes these characters, revealing the enduring scars of trauma and the intricate interplay of guilt and redemption. Crawlspace navigates the murky waters of the human condition, delving into themes of abuse, survival, and the fine line between sanity and madness.

The musical presents a rollercoaster of emotions as the characters grapple with their own demons while confronting the malevolent force at the heart of the narrative. With each revelation and confrontation, the characters evolve, challenging preconceived notions and keeping audiences on the edge of their seats.


In Crawlspace, character development is not just a journey; it's a descent into darkness, an exploration of the human soul's most haunting corners. The complex and nuanced portrayal of characters elevates the musical beyond a mere crime story.


The musical's narrative structure is an audacious departure from the usual linear storytelling of musical theater. It invites audiences to traverse time and memory, mirroring the fractured psychology of its characters.

Scenes oscillate between chilling recollections of Gacy's crimes, the Doctor's introspective journey, and moments of surreal symbolism, creating a narrative tapestry that defies traditional boundaries. 


The crawlspace itself, a recurring motif, serves as a metaphorical abyss that beckons characters to confront their own darkness. Such rich symbolism permeates the show, adding layers of abstraction and inviting contemplation. 

Crawlspace takes an unconventional approach by combining elements of psychological drama, horror, and character-driven storytelling within a musical framework. This blend of genres and the exploration of complex themes set Crawlspace apart, making it a one-of-a-kind experience in the world of musical theatre.



Crawlspace plunges headlong into the labyrinthine minds of its complicated characters. It questions the origins of evil and probes the psychological scars left by trauma and abuse. The musical portrays an infamous murderer not as a horror movie monster but as a complex and damaged human being- a far more frightening concept. The audience is challenged to sympathize with the seemingly irredeemable, a testament to the musical's commitment to pushing boundaries and exploring what it means to be human.


As Crawlspace unfolds, ethical and moral questions about crime, punishment, and rehabilitation come to the forefront. It challenges the audience to grapple with the complexities of justice and redemption, defying the expectation of a straightforward true crime narrative. It also probes issues of religion and its influence on society.

Crawlspace stands as a daring and thought-provoking work. It unapologetically plumbs the depths of human darkness, leaving audiences with haunting questions and an indelible sense of unease. It reminds us that within the most disturbing stories, there are layers of complexity waiting to be unearthed. The musical shines light into dark places, chasing away shadows and illuminating powerful lessons- turning a tragic, true crime tale towards transcendence. 

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