In Over The River and Through The Woods a young woman confesses a disturbing realization to her grandfather. A discussion ensues about the young woman's desire to "tell the truth" about this realization and their family's past. The grandfather stealthily tries to dissuade her, claiming that the revelation could destroy everyone they love. Tony nominated director Leigh Silverman guides this deceptively simple, taut two-hander by acclaimed filmmaker Neil LaBute (with a score by Tony nominee Heidi Rodewald) about the consequences of a deeply buried family secret. Over The River and Through The Woods is a timely piece that charts the language we use to manipulate, victimize, and gaslight; and, ultimately, reveals the power assumed in an act of disclosure.