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TRAVEL & ENTERTAINMENT: Susan Hill's "The Woman in Black" Performs through January 16, 2022 at S.F.'s Strand Theater

Dec 31, 2021
Susan Hill's "The Woman in Black," is now performing a limited engagement through January 16, 2022 at San Francisco's Strand Theater. 

Hailed as “a nerve-shredding experience” and “ingenious”, Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story — adapted for the stage by Stephen Mallatratt and directed by Robin Herford — is set in an isolated windswept mansion with tragic secrets hidden behind its shuttered windows. There, a young lawyer encounters horrific visions in the house set amidst the eerie marshes and howling winds of England’s forbidding Northeast Coast.

Starring Antony Eden and Robin Herford, "The Woman in Black" offers audiences an evening of unremitting drama and sheer theatricality as they are transported into a chilling and ghostly world.

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Photo caption: Robin Herford and Antony Eden in Susan Hill’s The Woman in Black, now performing through January 16, 2022 at A.C.T.’s Strand Theater. (Photo credit: Kasey L. Ross)


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