Directed by: Jan Saussey
"The Gerry Ryan Show" on a local radio station has set a challenge for a number of people to stay overnight in a haunted house. Each participant has his or her own reason for taking part in the challenge, and, as the night progresses, their psychological ghosts appear. This is a mysterious, hilarious world from which there is no escape, where characters are forced to explore their own personal hauntings as they unravel the ghostly past of Annie Ross.
The unseen heroine is not the legendary jazz singer but a maid who died in the 1930s, having murdered the master and aborted his child. So now, this quartet is to spend the night in the house to see if Annie's ghost still walks, and, to raise money for a charity - the Let Us Feed the Starving Children of Africa project.
Not suitable for children under 12.
Please note that the play includes a brief burst of strobe lighting.