The Lynnville-Sully High School Drama Department will perform “Be My Ghost” bybeˍmyˍghostˍschoolˍwebsiteˍadvertisement.jpg  Tim Kelly on Friday, Nov. 6, and Saturday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. in the Lynnville-Sully High School gym. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students.

 

Young George Travis, like Stephen King, writes horror fiction, but he has "writer's block" -- hasn't had an idea in months! He travels to rural New Hampshire where his eccentric Aunt Julia has willed him Black Raven Inn, a gloomy summer hotel. Local villagers say the place is haunted by the dangerous spirit of Mercy Appleton. When George and his bride-to-be arrive on a dark and stormy night, all manner of terror occurs. High school students, detoured from a Halloween celebration, seek shelter. Rootin'-Tootin', an Egyptian mummy, is delivered for storage; a Hollywood agent drops in; two weird sisters collect road kill so they can practice taxidermy. When the housekeeper, Mrs. Shrivel, is murdered, what had started out as fun ends up as a strange whodunit mystery.

Cast includes seniors Bradley Hoyt, Ashley Hoyt, and Taylor VanDe Krol.

For more information about “Be My Ghost,” (produced by special arrangement with Contemporary Drama Service) contact Drama Director Melissa Doll at 641-260-0455.