Presented by:
Glass House Productions

Written by:
Justin Warner

Directed by:
Ari Laura Kreith

Neurological Condition:
Capgras Syndrome

Running time:
1 hour 45 minutes

After a brain injury, a son believes his parents have been replaced with exact duplicates of themselves, triggering a series of events that threatens to unravel the entire family. Based on a rare neurological condition called Capgras' Syndrome, Impostors is a quirky, funny, heartfelt exploration of the contradictions and distortions that hold all families together. Impostors won the Kennedy Center-ACTF playwriting contest for the Mid-Atlantic region, and was also a finalist for the Abingdon Theatre's Wolk Award and the Princess Grace Award.

Anthony Bagnetto
Michael DiGioia*
Ben Masur*
David Sitler*
Sherry Skinker*
Lucas Steele*

*Member of Actors Equity Association


"Where the play succeeds most is in its depiction of the Caruso family....Warner does a terrific job of making us feel the weight of the history between these two people [the parents]" " nytheatre.com

"A sterling piece of theatre." TheStage Online UK

"Gently heart-wrenching and surprisingly thought-provoking... darkly funny and close to the bone." ExtraExtra (London)

"A script with a ready wit, played with a light, but never flippant, touch." MyLondonYourLondon

Production Team:
Lighting Designer: Kevin Hardy
Stage Manager: Raymond Zilberberg


Impostors ran simultaneously with NEUROFest at the Union Theatre in London.

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