“In their jaw-dropping production of Rob Handel’s A Maze, Rorschach Theatre explores the depths of our own prisons in an arresting portrait of obsession, addiction, and fear of the unknown.”
– DC Theatre Scene
“ [Rorschach] has a taste for tales that stretch reality. So the plotline about the oddly dysfunctional cartoonist writing a super-elaborate, multi-volume saga featuring a defensive maze designed by a half-man/half-dog — well, in local theatrical terms, that’s pure Rorschach.”
Driven by creativity, addiction and love — A young girl runs, a rock band struggles for inspiration and a graphic novelist draws and draws and draws. As the walls of the maze shift around them… are they getting closer to the end or are they just venturing deeper inside?