Eric Samuelsen is a faculty playwright at Brigham Young University.

The Plan-B Theatre Company is a Salt Lake troupe with a penchant for mounting plays that would make a lumberjack blush.

Given that gene pool, the union of the two was bound to produce something bizarre — something like Samuelsen's play, "Inversion."

On its face, "Inversion" is about seven young people trapped in a mountain rescue station after an "inversion" smothers the area in fog. When a couple of them try to leave, they come back beaten and bloody. When the kids look in the mirror, they go haywire. They've entered some Twilight Zone.

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