"Pelfrey is undeniably talented, demonstrating a flair for bilious ribaldry." -- David C. Nichols, Los Angeles Times
"In the skilled hands of playwright Pelfrey, this is a classic, dramatic moral dilemma that goes...right to the guts...with primal force and power...Add FREAK STORM to the list of fine works by Pelfrey." -- Backstage
"The climactic scene with a garbage disposal is so shocking that some avert their eyes, others turn away, but all are riveted to the seats, wondering how it will resolve. You'll have to see the play to know what went down the disposal -- prepare to be shocked!... FREAK STORM is really freaky..." -- Entertainment Today
"Unsettling exploration of the human psyche..." -- LA Weekly
"This domestic disturbance reveals very scary stuff about the world of men... This unsettling drama which benefits from a lot of dark comic material from Pelfrey's bag of tricks."
Synopsis: On a rainy night in Los Angeles, a young couple get an abrupt visit from two old friends. But they're not stopping by for pleasure, but to warn them that someone, or something, from their past is coming for them all...