The Spell Caster

By Fengar Gael

The Spell Caster: In North Carolina during the Great Depression, a ragtag carnival of con-artists becomes caught in a desperate struggle to survive their poverty, passions, and the powers of an ancient fortune teller. There is a menacing magic at work in the carnival that links the grotesque to the beautiful, the present to the past, and the old to the young.




The play has not had a professional production, but earlier drafts were given readings at the Abingdon Theatre of New York, the Fritz Theatre of San Diego, and a workshop production by New Voices of Santa Ana, California.