We've had three performances of Fear, which puts us a little less then halfway through the run. In a normal run, three performances would have taken us through the first weekend. The shows went very well, if I do say so myself! Here's a look at the briefest of brief show summaries for each:
Tuesday, October 25: First the Eyes
The ghost of a Civil War general returns to a rural Maine B&B, possessing one of its unwitting guests, forcing him to kill until the General has enough power to regain human form. "First the eyes, then the thorns, then the blood, and then the soul."
Wednesday, October 26: The Queen Christina
The law firm of Rogers & Rogers charters the ship Queen Christina to find an island lighthouse owned by one of their recently deceased clients, but anyone who sets foot in the lighthouse is changed forever…
Thursday, October 27: Harold’s Door
A group of teens in the town of Littleton, MT sneak into the abandoned 1950s research facility and bomb shelter under the school playground to drink and make-out, but there’s a reason the facility was abandoned…
We've had quite a few interesting deaths so far involving such things as eye-gouging, castration, and being pulled through a portal into another dimension by demons. We have reports of audience members scaring their spouses by whispering "first the eyes" while trying to fall asleep. We've even had a few repeat audience members already!
The show runs through Halloween night.