Literary Ghost Story The Turn of the Screw, plus Spooky Special Events
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The last date listed for The Turn Of The Screw was Sunday April 15, 2012 / 7:00pm.
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2 actors playing multiple parts seamlessly. the play was great - took my 13 year old son and we really enjoyed it. prior to the play my son had a taro card reading (he thought that was 'pretty cool'. and following the play there was a 20 minute 'reading' (more like reenactment) of the Pit and the Pendulum. If you have small children - don't take them to this post-play ... it will likely scare them (but it's definitely worth going to otherwise ... actually, it's incredibly worth going to).
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This performance was awesome. I went w/my husband and 2 teenage boys. We all talked about the performance and subject matter for hours afterwards. We were transported to the 19th century and stayed there till the end. We also enjoyed the talk...continued
Tarot card readings will take place before the evening shows on April 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, and 14.
April 11, 2012: Unexplained Mysteries: What are Paranormal Phenomenon?
Join Nicole Strickland of San Diego Paranormal Research Society and Shawna Allard, psychic, as they share their investigations of the haunted.
- April 12, 2012: Share Your Ghost Story.*
Come share your ghost stories! The evening will be lead by the Hollingsworth Family from San Diego Ghost Tours.
- April 14, 2012* (after the 3:00pm show): The Spirit World: Knowing or Delusion?
Join Dr. Karma Leshke Tsomo of the University of San Diego in a discussion of the boundary between our corporeal world and the spiritual.
- April 15, 2012 (after the 7:00pm show): Unlocking the Spirits of History.*
Learn about famous hauntings in your own “backyard” with investigators from San Diego Ghost Hunters.
Intrepid offers exclusive guest performances of two of Edgar Allan Poe’s eeriest short stories Los Angeles actors Jane Elliott and Jason D. Rennie blend storytelling, monologue and dramatic reenactment in their solo performances to bring classic tales of the bizarre and macabre to life.
As seen in the annual Drama After Dark series at the Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, Jane Elliott presents Berenice, a tale of friendship driven to “extraction” by obsession and madness, and Jason D. Rennie plumbs the depth of psychological torture and horror in The Pit and the Pendulum.
Post-show performances of The Pit and the Pendulum: April 7, 2012 (after the 3:00pm show), April 13-14 (after the 8:00pm shows).
Post-show performance of Berenice: following the 8:00pm show on April 7.