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The Woman In Black

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The Woman In Black

By Stephen Mallatratt, based on the novel by Susan Hill

The Famous Ghost Story/Thriller

Aug 05 - Sep 3, 2011

Who can say the supernatural doesn't exist? The Woman In Black prompts the question, one of the most authentic, cleverly devised, gripping and acclaimed ghost story/thrillers to reach the stage, full of subtle surprises and suspense. The play is an enormous theatrical phenomenon, running for the past 24 years in London. The remarkably plausible story tells how a London solicitor is plagued by an unsettling event in the past and in a desperate attempt to expunge feelings of unease and foreboding, he enlists the aid of an actor to help recreate the troubling event. The outcome may cause playgoers to be even more suspicious of things that go bump in the night! The play is set in an old theatre, a perfect fit for the PPP.

Most brilliantly effective spine-chiller you'll ever encounter — London Daily Telegraph

Sends shock waves through the audience with splendid thrills and chills — London Independent

Our cast features Emma Duncan and Corbin Went, who were fascinated by seeing the West End production of the play in London. Emma beautifully portrayed Emily Dickinson in The Belle of Amherst in 2008 at the PPP. Corbin appeared on the PPP stage in 2009 in The Mousetrap. The director is Charles Duncan.

a good, scary ghost story...well-told...and truly haunting — Joan Crowder, The Cambrian. Read the full review.

you'll need no other ghost stories after hearing this chilling tale...it's a luxury watching two actors with such command of their craft — Ashley Schwellenbach, New Times. Read the full review.

an actor's delight...Went and Duncan both have mastered the art of holding audiences in their hands...intelligent direction...a winner — Charlotte Alexander, SLO City News and The Bay News.