by Oscar Wilde
adapted by Marisha Chamberlain
March 16 – April 8, 2018
The no-nonsense Otis family from New York buys an old mansion in rural England, scoffing at warnings of its fierce ghost. But it’s true – the spirit of Sir Simon Canterville has haunted his homestead for more than 500 years. The nobleman is appalled at this invasion by Americans and is determined to scare them out – or worse. This re-telling of the well-known short story is complete with the creaking floorboards and clanking chains of a traditional English ghost story and the wonderful humor of Oscar Wilde.
The Sunday, April 8 performance will be audio-described, based on reservations.
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