On-Stage HorrorFest Returns This Year

On-Stage HorrorFest Returns This Year

Ghoulish goings on are expected for the monster month of October and Andrew Rothkin & Sara Minisquero of White Rabbit supply us with a whole cauldron full!

Original macabre works written specifically for this festival by playwrights Mohammed Saad Ali, Gina Femia, Maximillian Gill, Michael Hagins, Rachel Music, Michael C. O'Day, Ramona Pula, Ashley Lauren Rogers, Christopher Sirota, and Eric C. Webb make up a night of powerful theatre.

Based on actual events dating back to the 70s as well as an homage to cinematic film styles of horror directors, the night of ten terror tales (featuring original music by Christopher Palmer and original artwork by Songe Riddle) run the gamut from uneasy terror to classic chills to uproarious lampoon.

The night gallery includes:

The Date by Mohammed Saad Ali

A sinister siren gives new meaning to the song "my heart belongs to daddy."

and this is What The Devil Said by Gina Femia

You know that the Devil wears a mask? Do you know why?

House of Satan Spawn by Maximillian Gill

Donna doesn't want her baby ... some thing else does.

The Questioning by Michael Hagins

Two officers investigate a college protest gone tragically wrong.

In The Name of the Camera by Rachel Music

While filming The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, short on money, morale and time, an overzealous crew member offers a very dark proposal.

The Trumpet Sounding Over Harrisburg by Michael C. O'Day

Once the sirens start shrieking, it's hard to think clearly. It's hard to do anything at all.

Stalker Nun by Ramona Pula

Why would a nun stalk a priest? Find out for yourself. In Hell.

Bite Curious by Ashley Lauren Rogers

There must be SOMETHING to this whole eating human flesh thing.

The Beast of Both Worlds by Christopher Sirota

A young couple takes a shortcut through a cemetery during a full moon...will that be dinner or just drinks?

Tania by Eric C. Webb

?A brutal attack on a college campus leads to violent police retaliation, leaving the media with more questions than answers. Melissa, a co-ed on the run, has a few questions of her own. For starters, who the hell is chasing her, and why are they calling her Tania?

Tuesday - Thursday, October 27, 28 & 29 @ 7:00 p.m.
The Kraine Theater
85 East 4th Street, NYC
On the historic East village block with New York theatre Workshop and LaMama

On Sale Online @ http://screamqueens2015.bpt.me

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