“Did you hear that?”


Rowell Gormon and Clint Lienau in The Woman in Black. Photo: David Watts

The inhabitants of secluded and creepy Eel Marsh House discover that a scorned woman’s ghost is still mightily ticked off, in Raleigh Little Theatre’s production of The Woman in Black, directed by Haskell Fitz-Simons and running through October 23.

Stephen Mallatratt’s 1989 stage adaptation of Susan Hill’s original novel is currently the second longest running play in London’s West End (after The Mousetrap), and a major new movie version (with Daniel Radcliffe) is about to open. But really, RLT, you had me at “Eel Marsh House”.

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