A special performance this year, is our Halloween themed drama.

A couple “not quite together yet” in an attempt to scare each other with tales of horror serve as emcees to a spooky series of scenes performed by members of the Goose Creek Player’s troupe. Taken from classic literary horror books, short stories, and poetry, included are scenes from:
Dracula (by Bram Stoker, adapted by John Geddie). Lucy Westerna has turned into a vampire, and it is up to the Van Helsings to stop her.

“Frankenstein” (By Mary Shelly, adapted by John Geddie). The Monster seeks revenge on his creator
“The Rats in the Wall” (By H.P. Lovecraft, adapted by Justin Winters). Madness as a man believes that movements in the walls are creatures that are following him.

“The Tell-Tale Heart” (By Edgar Allan Poe, adapted by Gregg W. Carter). A caretaker of an old man endeavors to convince the reader of his sanity while simultaneously describing a murder he committed.

“Lot 249” (by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, adapted by Gregg Carter and John Geddie). The story tells of a University of Oxford athlete named Abercrombie Smith who notices a strange series of events surrounding Edward Bellingham, an Egyptology student who owns many ancient Egyptian artifacts, including a mummy.

Plus some readings, including one by Robert E. Howard, and “The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe.
The entire 2 Act production is masterfully performed by the cast, and artistically directed by John Geddie.
There are some scary elements, so we suggest a “PG-13” rating for audiences.

Please reserve your tickets today!!


Trillium Gathering Building, 18915 Lincoln Rd, Lincoln, VA
Oct 28 @7:30p
Oct 29 @7:30p
Oct 30 @2:00p

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