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“…good lighting by Gregory Crafts” – Stage Raw
“Gregory Crafts’ lights do it all…” – The World Through Night-Tinted Glasses
“…a sultry tale of death and haunting with a provocative approach…” – NoHo Arts District
“Director Jacob Smith derives a spooky sense of true dread (including some legitimate jump scares) from nothing more than his actors and light and sound effects.” – Edge Media Network
“Cantrell and Meredith are solid, there’s not an untrue moment between them.” – Edge Media Network
“Meredith in particular, shines, a subtle sexiness under the brim of every turn of phrase he utters and every darting expression he gives.” – Edge Media Network
“This is subtle, slow-burn ghost territory that wants you to lean forward and pay attention… for the true horror comes from the revelation of simple details.” – My Haunt Life
About The Woman in Black:
Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt and based on the book by Susan Hill, The Woman in Black is a chilling classic ghost story in its purest form. A lawyer who has experienced a recent tragedy and believes his family is cursed hires a skeptical but enthusiastic actor to help him tell his tale and hopefully exorcise the fear that paralyzes him. With the actor’s help, he shares his story of that dark and stormy night when he first saw a horrifying specter, one that haunts the neighborhood where her illegitimate child was killed. As they prepare their performance, they experience something unsettling as they learn more about what happens to those who have witnessed The Woman in Black.
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