Playwright Stuart Bousel weaves a dark romantic tale in the gothic thriller "Gone Dark". Centered around a society of vampire hunters, slayers are summoned from around the world to convene after the death of their leader.
Ned Dalton is tormented by his last hunt and haunted by foggy and untrustworthy memories. As events begin to unfold around him, he begins to realize the hunt may not be over yet and that the dead may indeed rise again.
Otherworld Theatre is proud to produce the play as a site-specific piece, using the historic Epworth Methodist Church as the backdrop for the play. Following a Guide to lead you through the narrative, explore the society and watch the horror unfold.
Gone Dark runs October 31st - November 22nd, Thursday - Sunday nights at 8pm. The show will be performed at the Epworth United Methodist Church (5253 N Kenmore Ave, Chicago, IL 60640).
For more information, please visit www.otherworldtheatre.org
This play contains strong violence and sexual themes. Patrons must be 18+ or else accompanied by an adult. Viewer discretion is advised.
Brendan Stallings as Ned Dalton
Mary-Kate Arnold as Urania
Kai Young as Eugene
Grace Gimpel as Syla
Justin Verstraete as Adolphe
Moira Begale as Philomenia
Geno Walker as Raymond
Victoria Himes as Hermia
Director: Tiffany Keane
Playwright: Stuart Bousel
Assistant Director: Shandee Vaughn
Production Manager: Mindy Fay Parks
Lighting Designer: David Goodman-Edberg
Sound Engineer: Joe Griffin
Costume Designer: Erin Gallagher
Fight Choreography: Justin Verstraete
Dialect Coach: Mary-Kate Arnold
French Dialect Coach: Rachel Geistfeld
Composer: Rachel Geistfeld
Epworth United Methodist Church (View)
5253 N Kenmore Ave
Chicago, IL 60640
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|