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The Canterville Ghost
a Dark Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY DRAMA
by Oscar Wilde

COMPANY : Cobb Playhouse and Studio [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Cobb Playhouse and Studio [WEBSITE]
ID# 1763

SHOWING : October 13, 2006 - November 11, 2006

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

A no-nonsense American family buys an old country manor in rural England, scoffing at warnings of a fierce and violent resident ghost. The spirited American family have found their match in the equally spirited and clever ghost, who is determined to scare them out or worse. Fun Halloween fun for the entire family!

Tickets: $16 Adults, $14 seniors (62 and over), $12 youngsters (18 and under).


CAST & CREW LIST
Director William Jury
Stage Manager Jennifer Christian
Costumer Zanny Leach Dillson
Lady Canterville Elaine Bishop
Vampire Duchess Paige Born
Lord Cecil John Dandy
Ghost Understudy Emily Dillson
Madam Balaklava Zanny Leach Dillson
Sir Simon de Canterville Michael Andrew Dillson
Wendy Otis Arielle Geller
Horace Otis William Jury
Hester the Horrid Kathryn Lea
Marcia the Maniac Chelsea Marsten
Lady Joan Ashley Morris
Pam Otis Tristin Vaccaro
Rev. Augustus Dampier Glenn Varnado
Mrs. Dampier Anna Vaupel
Mrs. Umney Camille Wall
Virginia Washington Bobbi Wall
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REVIEWS

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Fun show!!!
by Keep It In Perspective
Wednesday, October 18, 2006
4.0
I saw Canterville Ghost its 2nd night and my family and I really enjoyed it! Both the cast and the audience seemed to have fun -- it put you in a good mood when you left! The set might have been a little more creative, and the Southern accents were a little annoying at times, but the costumes were great and the ghosts were truly entertaining! All in all, a great family night out! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Bravo! by BluePlaid
I LOVED Canterville Ghost! The humor was good, and the actors were great! Tristin (did I spell that right?) did an amazing job, but she did switch accents a few times during the show which did get annoying. Jenni (Mallory O'Brien) was also good. Though she could have spoke up a little. I think that was the main issue in the play, speaking up. But I did sit in the back row, so that was a little disadvantage. All in all, a must-see show!
it was great by grrl
Tristin is my friend and I thought she did a great job acting. So did Anna Vaupel and Dana O Bryan. It was a good show.
Great Humor by BluePlaid
I went and saw it with all of my best friends and we were all sitting in the back row (that already tells you how noisy we were) LOL! It was hilarious! A definent must see!
"Where the bloody `ell is everyone?" - Quote from Sir Simon De cCanterville


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