Saturday, Sept. 10th @ 10:30am
Sunday, Sept. 11th @ 7pm
Performance Dates: October 28 - 30
Actors will read from the script. Any questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: All non-PGL cast will be required to submit membership for the current 2022-2023 season. Vaccinations are required of all actors. Masks must be worn inside the theater until 2 weeks before opening dates, then you will be able to take masks off during shows. Must also test 1 -2 times during performance weeks.
by Linda Wielkotz
And now the story of a man who has car trouble along a long lonely highway, he catches a ride to the next rest stop, or is it a resting place?
Trucker, age 30 and up. Rough around the edges, persuasive. Able to mold personality with facial expressions
Paul, able to play late teens- 20's. Trusting, but skeptical.
In the Waiting Room at the Ghost Placement Agency, Life Comes at You Fast - (Comedy)
by Patrick Greene
When you don't have enough visitors to properly haunt your current location, it's time to hit the ghost placement agency for a new assignment. But it's not all swapping stories and leafing through old magazines, it turns out there's one assignment so ghoulish that it even scares the ghosts.
Characters (All ghosts)
Bernadette, (F) - 30's-60's - Well put together, smart, polite, but doesn't suffer fools
Burt, (M) - 40's-70's - Well put together. Thinks himself a bit of a bon vivant, know-it-all.
Receptionist, - M/F - Any age. Not many lines, but will have good bits and is a major presence.
Madeline, (F) - 30's-50's - Smart, energetic, with a bit of an edge.
Thomas, (M) - Any adult age. Bit bewildered by what has gone down.
The Night Stalker
by Craig Tiede
Synopsis: In the summer of 1985 Californians lived in fear of a serial killer, but one boy's fears lie closer to home.
Jamie Schaeffer, 12 - A serious, quiet, contemplative, and composed boy.
Zachary Schaeffer, 14 - Jamie’s older brother; hyper and invincible in the way of teenage boys.
Valerie Schaffer, mid-thirties - Mother to Jamie and Zachary; a composed, self-sufficient, and mostly settled woman, but still young enough to believe adventures still await her.
Clifford Brattert, early-thirties - Handyman and family friend; uneducated and rough around the edges, but oozing flirtatious charm from every pore.
The Devil is in the Details
written by Jill Elaine Hughes
Synopsis: When we choose to ignore the Decalogue Commandment “Thou Shalt Not Kill” there tends to be serious consequences. What is hell to one man (or woman) may not be as another sees it, but when all is said and done, once you’re there, there is no way out.
Larry, a mid-level L.A. gang executive. A very attractive, expensively dressed man; 30-40s.
Sheila, a quirky young woman, age 30s, dressed like a well-to-do grad student. An artist, she is Larry’s girlfriend and sometimes business partner.
Steve, a wisecracking, sinister-looking corpse, wearing rumpled and dirty street clothes. Menacing at any age.
The Howling Man
written by Charles Beaumont
Synopsis: Seeking refuge from a storm, a traveler finds a monastery in which the resident monks have imprisoned a man who begs the traveler for help. Warned by Brother Jerome not to engage in any conversation with the prisoner, the traveler must decide whether to believe him and whether the prisoner is really a man...or the Devil?
David Ellington, the Traveler. 20s-30s.
Brother Jerome, head monk, wise man who truly believes the Howling Man is the Devil. Age that comes from wisdom and life's lessons.
The Howling Man, genuinely innocent. desperate and a victim. 30s-50s.
Brother Christophorus, younger monk but loyal to Brother Jerome.
Housekeeper, any age
by Robert Aguirre-Sacasa
Synopsis: Two students on a class assignment to make a mockumentary on a mass murder that occurred at Shadow lake. But they can’t resist trying to conjure up the urban legend, Bloody Mary.
Laurie, 20s student. A little annoyed with her compatriot.
Ben, very into the assignment and anything supernatural.