Oscar Wilde's The Canterville Ghost - A Spooky, Funny Story
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The last date listed for Oscar Wilde's The Canterville Ghost was Saturday June 9, 2012 / 3:00pm.
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Bay Area club favorite Kabir "Kabeezy" Singh and Samson Koletkar, who bills himself as "the world's only Indian Jewish stand-up comedian," lead this impressive lineup of almost a dozen comics with South Asian and Indian heritage. They'll skewer American culture, along with their own, in this all-inclusive night of laughter. This talented group also includes Abhay Nadkarni (SLO, Burbank and Ventura Comedy Festivals), Dhaya Lakshminarayanan (Comedy Central Hong Kong), Imran G (Walk The Plank competition winner), Shanti Charan (SF Weekly's Best Stand-Up on the Way Up) and more. Learn More
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Sorry, but I attended this with two friends and we all found it less than a satisfying experience. The acting was fine, but the scripting and general presentation was silly and not worth the time to watch it. As my friend commented afterwards, I...continued
Not recommended for children under 8, unless they know the story and are very brave.
American Minister of the House of St. James, Hiram Otis, and his family have recently moved to Canterville Chase, a grand estate just outside of London, even though the previous owners made it quite clear to the family that the home was haunted. While the Otises are a practical lot and don’t believe in anything of a supernatural sort, a reappearing blood stain and the perpetual nocturnal visits of a rather noisy ghost with a taste for the theatrical convince them otherwise. Clearly the ghost is going to be driven mad by the very people he is desperately trying to haunt!
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