If you haven’t gotten a chance to wander through the local cemetery while experiencing three short, scary plays, you still have a chance.
This year’s Wicked Lit, which features “three chilling world premiere theatrical adaptations of classic terror tales presented live at a working mausoleum and cemetery” has extended its run through Nov. 10, according to Wicked Lit co-producer Jonathan Josephson.
The three plays that have been adapted for the special spooky performances are:
F. Marion Crawford’s "The Dead Smile": A family curse, spirits and more
M.R. James’ "Count Magnus": A travel writer doesn’t know what’s in store when he goes poking around a town with a spooky past.
Johann Ludwig Tieck’s "Wake Not the Dead": A vampire tale about a man who tries to resurrect his first love.