The Woman in Black arrives in Vancouver

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The second longest non-musical play still running in London’s West End, The Woman in Black comes to Vancouver just in time for a few scares during the Halloween season.

The Woman in Black tells the story of a lawyer who hires an actor to help him tell of his encounter many years ago with the woman in black, the mere mention of who terrifies the locals.  Her terror is legendary and for good reason: anyone who sees her dies.

Culture Vulture David C Jones speaks with actors Allan Morgan, Chris Cochrane and director Kevin Bennett of Yogurt Theatre about this spooky equity co-op production.

Woman in Black plays the Little Mountain Gallery (195 East 26th Avenue, Vancouver) October 31 – November 16, 2013.  Tickets are available online.

And be sure to stick around to the end of the video for details on how you can win tickets to another show!

David C JonesDavid C. Jones is an arts lover and a critical thinker. He makes films, directs plays, teaches, is a professional emcee and writes for the OUTtv website and The Charlebois Post.

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