The Woman In Black

Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt from the book by Susan Hill
October 3 – November 3, 2013

It was a dark and stormy night . . . Join us for a spine tingling tale of things that go bump in the night.  In the early 1900’s in London, England, a man tries to come to grips with an event from his younger days that still haunts him.  As a junior solicitor sent to settle the estate of an elderly client, he discovers a village held hostage by the shadowy figure of a woman who haunts the locale where her illegitimate child was killed years before.  Legend holds that any soul encountering her will suffer an unimaginable fate!  Two men recreate the events of the past in the hopes of dispelling this dark spirit.  But will they solve the mystery before they both fall victim to her deadly gaze?


 Aral Gribble, John Seibert, and Chris Purchis

Performance Schedule


Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8PM
Saturdays at 3PM (beginning October 12)
Sundays at 2PM

Ticket Prices


Pay-What-You-Can ~ Thursday, October 3, 2013
Preview performances (Oct 4, 5, 6 & 10) ~ $15
Beginning Friday, October 11:
Thursday evenings ~ $20
Friday and Saturday evenings ~ $25
Saturday and Sunday matinees ~ $22
Student tickets (with valid ID) ~ $10
Senior discount (65 and older) ~ $2 off regular ticket price
Military discount ~ $2 off regular ticket price

In The Press

 REVIEW: “Williamston opens with a haunting ghost story.”
– Michael H. Margolin, EncoreMichigan.com

REVIEW: “Knocking ’em dead: Williamston’s Woman in Black the perfect Halloween show.”
– Mary C. Cusack, Lansing City Pulse

REVIEW: “Williamston Theatre’s Woman in Black a Halloween treat.”
– Bridgette Redman, Lansing State Journal

REVIEW: “Excellence opens Williamston’s season.”
– Daniel Skora, The New Monitor

REVIEW: The Woman In Black is terror at its best.”
– Dana Casadei, Lansing Online News