Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Wicked Lit’


Shakespeare’s Horrors, Wicked Lit, Altars & Growl-o-ween

Shakespeare’s Horrors, Wicked Lit, Altars & Growl-o-ween
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We of a certain age are too old for trick or treating, and for that we are grateful. And though it’s enjoyable now to sit on the porch with a glass of wine and dole out candy, being witness to some marvelous costumes—from wee ones who can hardly walk to teenagers the size of refrigerators—Halloween […]

Immerse in the Ghostly & the Wicked

Immerse in the Ghostly & the Wicked

We are on teetering on the cusp, about to plunge into year’s end—which means the encroachment of All Hallow’s Eve. As a preview of Unbound Production‘s annual Wicked Lit held on the premises of Mountain View Mausoleum and Cemetery during the month of October, come hear the company’s “enhanced staged reading” at the Huntington on […]

Summer Wicked Lit: The Doll

Summer Wicked Lit: The Doll

Set in 1931 England, The Doll tells the story of Jane Joska and Miss O’Brien, two dutiful caretakers within the home of the beleaguered Colonel Masters. When young Monica is given a package that arrives mysteriously at their doorstep, a force enters the house that turns their quiet little world upside down. (Official text) Unbound Productions, which has offered […]

Halloween: It’s Wicked!

Halloween: It’s Wicked!

The line-up has been disclosed. The “Eeek” factor has been turned up a notch. It’s time to purchase your tickets for this year’s Wicked Lit. This Halloween, Wicked Lit (from Unbound Productions producers/directors Paul Millet, Jeff G. Rack, and Jonathan Josephson of History Lit), will be held at the beautiful, formidable Mountain View Mausoleum and […]

A Night at the Mausoleum

A Night at the Mausoleum

And now for something completely different. That mantra seems to be the driving force behind Jonathan Josephson, Paul Millet, and Jeff Rack of Unbound Productions. This past May, they presented History Lit, which was short stories by three women authors that were condensed and adapted into short plays. Fascinatingly, the audience walked with, followed, stood or […]

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