Review: Terror and Twists in “The Sound Inside”

Theater often goes out of its way to differentiate itself from that decidedly not-performative form of literature known as the novel. However, Adam Rapp’s “The Sound Inside” does the exact opposite, blurring the line between novelistic prose and dramatic dialogue. This textual experimentation makes “The Sound Inside” a rare treat, something you want to covet, quickly speed through, and then indulgently…