The Woman in Black: A Ghost Story
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The last date listed for The Woman in Black: A Ghost Story was Saturday September 13, 2008 / 8:00pm.
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Leading tours through an utterly boring English mansion, Lettice Douffet chooses to "enliven" the… More
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This was just an ok play, compared to the last 2 plays I saw at this venue, " Going to St Eves " and " Doubt " it just wasn't as good as the the others.
The theater was great, very accomodating for seating as I had bought an additional ticket to the 3 already purchased and they were easy about seating all 4 of us together!
LOVE the Gloucester Stage and will continue to go back!
Quotes & Highlights
“Provides a pleasurable ripple of fear down one’s spine and an uncomfortable lurch in the pit of one’s stomach.” —Time Out
_The Woman in Black: A Ghost Story
_By Stephen Mallatratt
Based on the novel by Susan Hill
Directed by Karen MacDonald of the American Repertory Theatre
Featuring Steven Barkhimer and Shelley Bolman
A lawyer harboring a wrenching fear and an actor hired to help him exorcise his tale take the audience on a journey to the secret-filled marshes of Nine Lives Causeway.
About the Ticket Supplier: Gloucester Stage Company
The Gloucester Stage Company was co-founded in 1979 by Geoff Richon, Denny Blodgett, and award-winning playwright Israel Horovitz as a “safe harbor for playwrights and new plays”. During its first twenty seasons, under Horovitz’s artistic direction, the GSC successfully realized its mission with production of more than 35 world premieres, 15 American premieres, and 25 New England premieres. Plays developed at the GSC have gone on to critical and popular acclaim on Broadway, off-Broadway, across the United States, and around the world. The GSC has received many honors, including numerous Best of Boston awards by Boston drama critics for outstanding and popular work, and, most notably, a New England Theatre Conference Award. Mr Horovitz was honored with Boston’s prestigious Elliot Norton Prize for his work with the GSC.