Arthur Kipps, a middle-aged solicitor is tortured by an episode from his past when, while settling the estate of an elderly recluse, he is visited by a woman in black, a figure who terrifies the locals. He hires an actor and a theater to help him reenact his experience, and exorcise the spector that haunts his life. – A classic ghost story and the second longest running play in London’s West End.
* Appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States, appearing under Special Appearance Contract.
Photos courtesy of Bob Tucker/Focalpoint Studio.
‘Woman in Black’ a captivating chiller
“The title character in “The Woman in Black” may be an apparition, but there are many powerful sights to behold in the show, as its writing, actors and crew combine to create many stunning pictures onstage.” – Cape Cod Times
Cape Rep Theatre in Brewster presents classic ghost story
“Against a backdrop of plain stage and minimal props a ghost story unfolds, complete with eerie sounds of the sea, billowing curtains, dramatic lighting, objects that move without human intervention and encounters with ghostly beings who’ve already passed from this earthly realm.” – Barnstable Patriot
Powerful Performances Drive Scary ‘The Woman In Black’ At Cape Rep
“Cape Rep’s ‘The Woman in Black’ is an at-times humorous but most of all a frightening two hours and a great night out at the theater. Especially if you’re expecting a gasp-out-loud ghost story; you will not be disappointed.” – Cape Cod Chronicle
The Wonder of Fright Rises with Cape Rep’s The Woman in Black
“you will not be disappointed in the adrenaline pumped happiness it brings as a result of being properly scared.” – BroadwayWorld