INDEPENDENT THEATRE AT EUMUNDI
Opens Friday, March 16 for 2 weekends
A monkey's paw, a hotel porter and a self-pruning rose-bush are curiously linked in the triple-bill of thrills, coming to The Indee.
Things That Go Bump leads off a year of great theatre with director David Berker firing up three plays that will have you on the edge of your seat.
David, who directed last year's spine-tingling, sellout season of The Woman In Black, is back in thrill mode and said "These plays have been carefully chosen to entertain and hopefully make the hair on the back of your neck stand up".
The Monkey's Paw is a tense play about the supernatural and was first presented at The Haymarket Theatre, London in October 1903. It has stood the test of time.
Deceit, a multi-award winner, premiered at The Indee in October 1997 and starred the late Philip Chappell, Rainee Skinner and Luke Lanham. It's a sinister piece with a large sting in the tail.
Caveat Emptor is a new spine-tingler that could turn you off buying real-estate forever. David Berker has assembled a stand-out cast of Marilyn Davies (last year's Performer of The Year), Luke Lanham, Linda Morgan, Eddie Ellis (a former Performer of The Year), Marion Johnson, Chad Shuttleworth, Jody Collie and Georgia Lee Leslie.
Things That Go Bump opens at The Independent Theatre at Eumundi on Friday, March 16 for two weekends. Bookings 5472 8200.
Graphic to the right: Linda Morgan and Georgia Lee Leslie in a dramatic moment from Caveat Emptor