Weston author Elizabeth Fuller with her co-writer Joel Vig at Fuller's Norwalk home.
Elizabeth Fuller and Joel Vig know that true horror is largely about the unseen. It's about suggestion; about what our imaginations can conjure out of the mere hint of the terrifying.
That's part of the reason why their play The Interrupted Journey: A UFO story. A Love Story. A True Story!, which depicts an alien abduction, depticts no literal aliens. Indeed, Fuller says, the idea is to invoke the presence of otherworldly beings in the show's presentation and atmosphere.
"The drama comes from the music and the acting," says Fuller, when interviewed at her Weston home. "I've seen people walking away from this, saying 'I saw everything.'"