Our 65th Season continues...
Turn of the Screw
As the nights lengthen and the winds howl, many of us
crave spooky tales, such as Turn of the Screw. It's a potent theatrical version of the old‐fashioned ghost story, with more complexity than most. Jeffrey Hatcher's adap‐
taƟon of Henry James' famous novella builds creepiness and ambiguity as the plot unfolds. Is the play about two evil ghosts trying to possess a couple of innocent children or is it about a young woman losing her sanity ‐‐ or both? There is none of the gore that modern horror stories depend on in lieu of depth. Instead, the tragic and terrifying heart of the secret unravels little by little, with unspeakable details leŌ to our dangerously vivid imaginations.