Things that go BUMP in the Night: Ten Tales of Terror

    October 29, 2014 – October 30, 2014 all-day
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    85 East 4th Street
    New York, NY 10003

    Ten Tales of Terror served up by Rothkin & Michaels

    Things that go BUMP in the Night

    October 29 & 30 @ 7:00 p.m.

    The Kraine Theatre, 85 E 4th Street, New York City


    Things that go bump in the nightNew York – Producers Andrew Rothkin and Jay Michaels have come together to produce a series of scary plays befitting the season. This trick or treat bag is filled with prominent artists, guest directors, and premieres. Joseph Koch of Manhattan’s memorabilia haven Forbidden Planet and Brooklyn’s Warehouse of Wonder (more than 1,000,000 comic books and other memorabilia) is supplying vintage giveaways and prizes. Illustrator Songe Riddle created original poster artwork for the event… “alas poor… Yorick?”

    The ghoulish goings-on include:

    A Troubled Heart written and directed by Constance George
    Featuring Wende O’Reilly and Vance Clemente
    The wife of an overseas soldier has a chance encounter at an airport.

    Call Upon by Devlin Giroux and directed by Andrew Rothkin
    Featuring Samantha Randolph, Emilio Evans, and Ellen Karis
    A con-woman posing as a medium finds out how good she really is.

    The Change by Andrew Rothkin directed by Robert Armin
    Featuring Jon Noto and the voices of Meghan Sinclair and Glen Rubex
    This Grand Guignol follows a man’s nightmare into darkness.

    Fang by Alex Dremann and directed by James Monohan
    featuring Ben Rezendes and Lili Klein
    A vampire walks into a dentist’s office…

    The Greenhouse by Mark Cornell and directed by Scott H. Schneider
    Featuring Nic Tyler and Nitin Madan, with Sara Minisquero
    Two bumbling kidnappers discover the girl they abducted is NOT wanted back.

    The Monster Seated Next to Me by Steven Korbar and directed by Jay Michaels
    Featuring Frank Carandini and introducing Savannah  Marie Elliott
    The “Twilight” and “True Blood” vamps are taken to task by one from “the good old days.”

    Not Funny by Christopher Lockheardt and directed by Ariel Leigh Cohen
    Featuring Bill Moore and Janelle Zapata
    A relationship gone wrong is like a knife in heart … literally.

    Scrambled by June Rachelson-Ospa and directed by Leslie C. Nemet
    Featuring Ellen Karis, Charles Kennedy, and Stephanie Windland
    Based on a true story, a woman sees aliens everywhere … sometimes she’s right.

    Taste of Hell by Max Gill and directed by Melissa Skirboll
    Featuring Nitin Madan and Adit Dileep
    The Middle East has its own brand of demons.

    UFO Weather by Jonathan Wallace and directed by Erin Soler
    Featuring Charlie Jahye and Lynn Tune
    In the shadow of a UFO, two sisters come to terms with their dysfunctional relationship.