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Rough House Theater Company has announced the return of its Halloween immersive experience “The Silence in Harrow House,” conceived and directed by Mike Oleon, written by Mark Maxwell and Claire Saxe.
Audiences are invited to a tour of Harrow House, the secluded home and studio of Milton Harrow, a reclusive architect. Guests are set loose in the home to discover its macabre secrets created by Oleon, who also serves as scenic designer; Grace Needlman, lead puppet designer; David Goodman-Edberg, lighting designer; Corey Smith, sound design; Caitlin McLeod, costume designer; Anna Wooden, assistant costume designer; Jeff Katz, assistant artifact designer; Warren Wernick, technical director; and Zach Moore, sound engineer. Original scenic design is by Lauren Nigri. Emily Chervony is the production manager, Hannah Cremin is the stage manager, with assistant Lenny Fritsch.
The cast includes Brittany Anderson, Noah Appelbaum, Mark Blashford, Alexander Ferguson, David Gordezky, Lauren Kincaid, Lucia Mier, Mark Maxwell, Felix Mayes, Sharaina Turnage, Shannon Weber and Kevin Wesson, with understudy Maddison Wise.
“The Silence in Harrow House” runs September 26 – November 10 at the Chopin Theatre, 1543 W Division.