Friday, November 4, 2011

The Woman in Black

If you love ghost stories and things that go bump in the night. Call and purchase tickets to the Ivoryton Theater to see this frightner.  Originality published in 1983 by Susan Hill it was adapted for stage and later for television. The play was adapted by Stephen Mallatratt.
Ian Lowe and Steven L. Barron in The Woman in Black. Image courtesy of the Ivoryton Playhouse.
Barron and Lowe have a chemistry that brings this dramatic haunting story to life in front of the audience.Maggie McGlone Jennings  does a wonderful job with the bringing the story to life on stage.The set design, sounds and costumes make it even more thrilling. If you enjoy sitting around a campfire telling ghost stories this story should be another story to add to your collection. 

Picture courtesy of the Ivoryton Playhouse.
Let me let you in on a little secret. This thriller is in production to come to a major box office near you, but if you love to be frightened in the night I wouldn't wait that long to see this show when you can come to this local theater.