THE CANTERVILLE GHOST to Haunt Second Street Players This Fall

THE CANTERVILLE GHOST to Haunt Second Street Players This FallSecond Street Players present The Canterville Ghost adapted by Pat Cook from the short story by Oscar Wilde September 15th, 16th, and 17th as well as the 22nd, 23rd, and the 24th.

The Friday and Saturday shows start at 8 pm and the Sunday show curtain opens at 3 pm. All performances will be held at the Riverfront Theatre, 2 S Walnut Street Milford, De, 19963. Tickets are $17 and can be purchased at brownpapertickets.com or by calling the box office at 800-838-3006.

Hiram and Lucy Otis can't wait to move into their pastoral English manor house...just as soon as the ghost moves out. That's right, Canterville Hall comes complete with a howling, green ghoul, but only if Sir Simon (the ghost) can remember to bring the green mist with him.This classic Oscar Wilde tale spins the Otis family through a maze of dithering maids, blustering bosses and an English realtor who's always looking for a free lunch. The mystery unfolds amid flashes of thunder and disappearing guests. Only when the Otis's can figure out the curse of Canterville Hall can Sir Simon rest in peace.

Director Thom Harris and the very talented cast of The Canterville Ghost are very excited to bring the thrilling but comedic show based off of the novella by Oscar Wilde. Although the gothic theme, Harris hopes the audience still leaves with a good time while they have you in suspense and laughing all at the same time.

Do not miss out on this one of a kind show, The Canterville Ghost. There are six opportunities so there is no reason to miss it. The shows are September 15th, 16th, 17th and the 22nd, 23rd, and 24th for $17 . The ghost host is ready for your arrival at the Riverfront Theatre. For more information visit secondstreetplayers.com.

Pictured: Nikolas Mandalas (Durward Otis), Janice Hall (Lucy Otis), Bernie Noeller (Hiram Otis), Ron Pakula (Joshua Barrington), Carol Torrey (Daphne Canterville), Glenn Outten (Matt Barrington), Susan Newark (Mrs. Umney), Erin Hays (Virginia Otis). Photo by Sydney Gross.




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