In playwright Steve Yockey’s dark-edged and supernatural Reykjavík, the audience eavesdrops on the tangled psycho-sexual intimacies between and among various characters, most of whom are queer. Some fall outside the human spectrum: there are huldufólk, or hidden people, for example, who populate Icelandic folklore and serve as otherworldly guides. Oh, and there’s a bird that falls in love and transforms into a human. This frank exploration of honesty in relationships offers a glimpse into a cold dark, magical, and sometimes violent world where everyone still hopes to find joy beneath the glow of the Northern Lights. Made up of eight short plays, an ensemble of 6 actors will play multiple roles in multiple relationships. 

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