Tag: The Woman in Black
Raleigh Little Theatre artistic director Haskell Fitz-Simons directed a spine-tingling stage production of “The Woman in Black” last October, so he is intimately familiar with the story and the special effects that might be employed to keep audiences jumping. This critique of “The Woman in Black” is the first of a series of Stage-to-Screen Reviews that Triangle Theater Review will publish from time to time.
Raleigh Little Theatre‘s Halloween presentation, “The Woman in Black,” adapted by Stephen Mallatratt from the supernatural thriller by Susan Hill, is a chilling spooktacular that raises goosebumps, with superb acting and nerve-wracking special effects.
This spine-tingling chiller is one of the longest-running plays in London’s West End: ‘a truly nerve shredding experience.’ Prepare to be haunted by one of the best horror stories you will ever see on the stage.