The Manitou House

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 1

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 0

Fri Oct 18, 8:00pm
Sat Oct 19, 8:00pm
Fri Oct 25, 8:00pm
Sat Oct 26, 8:00pm

Description:
Based on his screenplay of the same name, Trace Oakley has adapted "The Manitou House" especially for Culver City Public Theatre and their annual Halloween production. Founded in 1998, now in its 22nd year, Culver City Public Theatre is committed to enriching the community by providing classic, contemporary, and original productions, for audiences of all ages. CCPT is know for its summer performances in the park, as well as for its more edgy and intimate productions the rest of the year.

A successful writer, looking for inspiration, moves back to his boyhood town and into the house where he grew up. After a series of very strange occurrences in the house, he finds it is haunted by the baby-sitter he terrorized as a child...

The show runs Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm from October 11th through the 26th. On Friday, October 11th there will be a red carpet premiere party starting at 6:30pm with a step & repeat and professional photographer.

For more information, visit Eventbrite:
https://manitou.eventbrite.com

Link to tickets for the premiere:
https://manitou1011.eventbrite.com

Written & Directed by Trace Oakley.
More information: www.ccpt.org

Reviews

David MacDowell Blue

Now doesn't this sound cool? Nicely creepy? A good Halloween show? Well, it is. Sometimes, Sometimes it is not. Frankly I think the author didn't have enough time to transfer his idea with complete success to the live stage instead of film (it began as a screenplay). Many scenes are much too short, and don't really contribute smoothly to the overall feel and rhythm. Yet sometimes they hit it out of the park.

sweet-sour - David MacDowell Blue - ...read full review


David MacDowell Blue

Now doesn't this sound cool? Nicely creepy? A good Halloween show? Well, it is. Sometimes, Sometimes it is not. Frankly I think the author didn't have enough time to transfer his idea with complete success to the live stage instead of film (it began as a screenplay). Many scenes are much too short, and don't really contribute smoothly to the overall feel and rhythm. Yet sometimes they hit it out of the park.

sweet-sour - David MacDowell Blue - ...read full review