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The Ghost Crib
The Ghost Crib is a one-act drama with some super-natural twists and turns requiring some deft and creative input from the technical departments, making this a visually electrifying production.
Set in the 1800s in Yorkshire, a farmer and his wife have kept a secret for eighteen years. Their fifteen year old daughter is haunted by nightmares and they fear she is possessed. Only the girl can hear the plaintive cry of a baby. Old Martha Hopkins, the wise woman of the village believes something is about to happen of great importance.
In to this comes a young man bearing his own scars - both physical and emotional. Is he whom he claims to be or is he a ghost from the past? A further twist reveals a highwayman knows something of this dark secret and means to turn it to his advantage but in the end a greater power wins.
This chilling, haunting, powerful drama for a cast of six ( 3 male and 3 female) will captivate an audience and hold them in its spell.
Playwright Bev Clark works in many genres but the dark-side is possibly her favourite. Her play The Black Eyes - a spooky teen horror won the roister doister play for young people 2015 and is available on Amazon as well. Other titles are also available on Amazon or at www.scripts4stage.com Follow on twitter@scripts4stage or for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
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