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BANGOR – A local theatre company is bringing thrills and chills to the stage this coming weekend.

Some Theatre Company will present their production of “The Woman in Black,” adapted by Stephen Mallatrat to the stage from Susan Hill’s 1983 novel of the same name. Directed by STC’s Elaine Bard, the show will run from October 29 through November 1 at the theatre’s Bangor Mall performance space. For tickets or more information, visit www.stcmaine.org or check out the Some Theatre Company Facebook page.

It’s a psychological thriller of sorts – a scary show that is just perfect for the Halloween season – the story of a young solicitor who gets far more than he bargained for when he investigates a client’s estate following her passing.

Offering in-person performance is difficult in these trying times. However, Bard and the rest of the Some Theatre Company crew have gone to great lengths to ensure that their audiences have not just a good time, but a safe one – they’re all about making the experience the right kind of scary.

To that end, Bard was kind enough to answer some questions about the upcoming production via email. She shared the STC process and protocols and talked about why they chose this show and their feelings regarding the importance of live performance, even in difficult times.

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