Photo Flash: Promo Shots for Wicked Lit's THE LURKING FEAR, Begin. 10/4
Wicked Lit will present H.P. Lovecraft's The Lurking Fear, adapted by Jeff G. Rack and Jonathan Josephson, and directed by Paul Millet from October 4 - November 2. Friday-Sunday, Oct 4-6; Thursday-Sunday, Oct 10-13; Thursday-Sunday, Oct 17-20; Thursday-Sunday, Oct 24-27; Wednesday-Saturday, Oct 30-Nov 2. All performances will begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $30-60, see website for details. For more information go to wickedlit.org or call (323) 332-2065. Performances run at the Mountain View Mausoleum & Cemetery, located at 2300 N. Marengo Ave. Altadena, Calif. Check out a first look below!
Founded by Jonathan Josephson, Paul Millet, and Jeff G. Rack, the mission of Unbound Productions is to create new adaptations of classic literature as a way of reimagining great stories for new audiences. With its flagship theatre festival Wicked Lit, and its newest project History Lit, Unbound takes pride in engaging in ambitious storytelling and creating surprising and impactful theatrical experiences.
The scope of Wicked Lit is to create dynamic new adaptations of classic horror literature. Wicked Lit launched its inaugural production in 2009 at the haunted Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills. The second and third annual Wicked Lit productions took place at Mountain View Mausoleum and Cemetery in Altadena. A special production of Wicked Lit (Mark Twain's A Ghost Story) was produced at the Los Angeles Millennium Biltmore Hotel in conjunction with the 2011 Theatre Communications Group National Conference. In addition to full productions, Unbound has mounted over 75 staged readings of Wicked Lit plays since 2008. Readings have taken place at theatres, libraries, schools, festivals, and special events all over Southern California including the Pasadena ArtWalk, West Hollywood Book Fair, Long Beach ComicCon, and many others.
Photos by Daniel Kitayama
Richard Large, Tory N. Thompson, Eric Keitel and Brian David Pope
Richard Large, Tory Thompson, Eric Keitel and Brian David Pope
Richard Large, Eric Keitel and Brian David Pope