House blurs the boundaries between actor and audience through an intimate relationship with Victor, a man in crisis. In this unpredictable ride riddled with black humor and vivid storytelling, Victor spins an unforgettable theatrical experience. A production from the Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP), the professional extension of the BU School of Theatre.
*IRNE Nomination – Best Solo Performance
"Spears could be doing a stand-up routine, as he rants about the contents of the cart of the woman ahead of him in the supermarket line, or regales us with stories about his wife's indifference, or imitates his dim co-workers. However, the actor injects Victor with aspects of humanity that are veiled by the character's tendency to make everything be about external causes. "