On December 13 (*ahem*…Friday the 13th), WildClaw Theatre opens the world premiere of my adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH. Tickets are available now!
THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH is the biggest show yet for WildClaw. Shade Murray is a magician, and the cast and crew he assembled for this production are wickedly insane, and I don’t just mean talented, I mean gibbering, slavering, just-saw-a-shoggoth-for-the-first-time outright mad. Check out this team of crazies:
WildClaw Theatre presents
THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH
December 13, 2013 – January 26, 2014
Athenaeum Theatre, 2936 N Southport, Chicago
Adapted by Scott T. Barsotti
Directed by Shade Murray
Featuring WildClaw Theatre company members Brian Amidei, Steve Herson, and Ele Matelan, with Brittany Burch, Christy Arington, Mary Jo Bolduc, Matt Farabee, Brady Johnson, Katey Kerman, Bob Kruse, Mark Pracht, Jude Roche, David Seeber, and Adam Shalzi
Costume & Makeup Design: Aly Renee Amidei
Scenic Design: John Ross Wilson
Lighting Design: Heather Gilbert
Sound Design: Mikey Moran & Mikhail Fiksel
Props Design: Brad Sauper
Stage Manager: Lindsey Miller
Dramaturg: Kenneth Hite
Dialects: Adam Goldstein
Production Manager: Ben Dawson
Poster Design: Charlie Athanas
You don’t want to miss this one. THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH is the cornerstone of the Lovecraft catalog, and this production is a creative maelstrom. Come to shadowed Innsmouth, where you will face the fear of the Unknown, the fear of the Other, and most horrifying of all, the fear of Yourself.
Ia! Ia! Cthulhu fhtagn!
Small towns have big secrets. In the dead of winter, an eager young student of anthropology is pulled toward the strange and isolated village of Innsmouth, Massachusetts, where the only thing more disquieting than the furtive townsfolk is the pervasive odor of death, decay, and rotting fish in the air. Some say a pagan cult drove all of the orthodox churches out. Some say there are endless tunnels beneath the town. And some say they’ve seen devils on the reef by the light of the moon. But all who hear its name, spoken in hushed whispers throughout New England, will agree on one thing: there is a dark and sinister shadow over Innsmouth.
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