The presenters of "Hum" compare the play to the movies "Donnie Darko" and "28 Days Later," and that's pretty much all they'll tell you.

The presenters of "Hum" compare the play to the movies "Donnie Darko" and "28 Days Later," and that's pretty much all they'll tell you.

"The nature of the play is that there are a lot of twists in the plot," said Eleni Papaleonardos, director of the Available Light Theatre production. "To really start to describe the play would be giving away more than we want to."

Available Light's website is equally cryptic, offering "Blair Witch"-like symbols and a few ambiguous sound clips. But Papaleonardos said the play consists of four actors' intertwined monologues, and it's a pretty safe bet that the show'll be creepy.

"It's about a dead deer, a monster in the backyard, a letter from a long-ago ex-girlfriend and a math lesson," Papaleonardos offered.