“The Haunting of Hill House” Final Weekend

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The Haunting of Hill House is a suspenseful story, adapted by F. Andrew Leslie, and based on the 1959 novel by Shirley Jackson. Led by Dr. Montague, “psychically receptive” people come together at the evil Hill House mansion in hopes of learning about the house’s supernatural secrets.

“My favorite aspect of this production are the complex new techniques we are bringing to the audience”, stated Elizabeth Iafelice, who plays Theodora. “The sound, the set and the words written all help to create a eighth character, the house. We will allow the audience to be in a haunted house with us and they will be able to feel like they have been brought to Hill House with the characters.”

Geauga Lyric Theater Guild’s The Haunting of Hill House, sponsored by H R Block, runs through November 3. Friday and Saturday evening performances are at 8 p.m.; Sunday performances are at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15.00 for adults, $13.00 for seniors and students, age 12 and under $8.00.

Content not recommended for children under 10, please call the box office if you have further questions.

The historic Geauga Theater is located on beautiful Chardon Square at 101 Water Street, Chardon, Ohio. For more information or to purchase tickets online, or call the Box Office at 440-286-2255.

Photo detail: (L to R standing) Evan Graham (Author), Civia Wiesner (Mrs. Montague), Liz Iafelice (Theodora),Shane Wohlken (Dr. Montague), Randy Hansen (Luke), Grace Butcher (Mrs. Dudley), (sitting) Jennifer Anderson (Eleanor), cast members of *The Haunting of Hill House *

Photo courtesy of Cyndi M. Konopka – Cyndi’z Photographix

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