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Beware the House on Haunted Hill!

Adapted by Matthew Byrd & Kathryn Funkhouser from the 1959 film House on Haunted Hill, written by Robb White, directed by William Castle, starring Vincent Price
Length: 85-90 minutes
Cast Size: 9 actors (suggested casting: 3F, 3M, 3 any)
Genre: Comedy
Sub-Genre: Parody/Spoof, Horror, Adaptation, Suspense/Thriller, Farce
Synopsis:
Come to the party…stay if you dare. An eccentric millionaire promises six guests a mysterious prize if they can survive the night at the only truly haunted house in the world. Everyone invited has a few skeletons in their closets though, and screwball scares lurk around every corner. The classic 50s horror movie House on Haunted Hill becomes a campy whodunnit in this low-tech s...Read More

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Product specification details
Genre Comedy
Sub-genre Parody/Spoof, Horror, Adaptation, Suspense/Thriller, Farce
Length Type Full-Length
Theme Absurd, Pop Culture, Social Satire, Supernatural
Author Display Adapted by Matthew Byrd & Kathryn Funkhouser from the 1959 film House on Haunted Hill, written by Robb White, directed by William Castle, starring Vincent Price
Cast Size 9 actors (suggested casting: 3F, 3M, 3 any)
Approx. Running Time 85-90 minutes

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Come to the party…stay if you dare. An eccentric millionaire promises six guests a mysterious prize if they can survive the night at the only truly haunted house in the world. Everyone invited has a few skeletons in their closets though, and screwball scares lurk around every corner. The classic 50s horror movie House on Haunted Hill becomes a campy whodunnit in this low-tech stage adaptation. Join us at the House on Haunted Hill - it’ll be a scream.

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