Wednesday, September 23, 2009

The Haunted Theater on Hill Street

Main Street Players
invites you to walk through
The Haunted Theater on Hill Street

It’s Not What You See That Will Scare You.
It’s What You Don’t.

It’s not a play; it’s a frightening, “walk-through” experience.

Main Street Theatre presents “The Haunted Theater on Hill Street” Thursday, October 29th at 8PM; Friday, October 30th at 7:30PM and Halloween evening, Saturday, October 31st at 7:30PM.

It’s Halloween weekend, 2009. The audience has gone home. The theater is dark. No lights are on. The curtain is drawn. Total silence. Very ominous.

But in this darkness, something is very strange. An aura still lingers in the place. Is it on small stage? In the back rows? Backstage?

A fear of the unknown pervades the haunted theater --- as our “scare-actors” get very, very close --- but don’t touch.

Could it be an old actor begging for one last curtain call? An antique prop that carries with it more than dust?

The place may be abandoned, except for you. Hairs on the back of your neck raise. The not knowing sends shivers down your spine.

Join your fellow fearless explorers as your nightmare begins as we join hands to find out what’s behind the curtain on this most frightful of seasons…. Halloween 2009.

On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 29, 30 and 31, only the bravest guests of Main Street Theatre in historic downtown Griffin, Georgia will learn for sure who (or what) is in the darkened playhouse.

All tickets are $5.00 per soul. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

This first annual spooky family-fun event benefits the programs and community outreach activities of the nine-year-old Main Street Theater, 115 North Hill Street, in historic downtown Griffin, Georgia, fifty miles south of Atlanta,

For tickets and information, call 770-229-9916 or 770-233-0578 or visit

The Ingram Foundation, Griffin and Spalding County patrons as well as the Grassroots Arts Program of the Georgia Council for the Arts support the Main Street Players.
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