Pontiac Theatre Iv is pleased to present the first show of our 2019-20 Season, the hilarious horror spoof Curse of the Werewolf by Tim Kelly!
Curse of the Werewolf is Directed by Scott Talas and Produced by Gary Essenmacher.
Buzz Haliburton, an entertainer fallen on hard times, is summoned by his mysterious uncles to Gargoyle House, a spooky castle on a lonely New England island. Buzz and his partner, Admiral Byrd (a penguin who tap dances to “Puttin’ on the Ritz”), encounter a bizarre assortment of “family” and “friends.” Colonel Snipes plots to blow up the island while his wife wears evening gowns all day. Little Messalina, the resident child terror, keeps baby piranhas for pets. The menacing housekeeper often appears without her head. Due to a family curse, there is a werewolf in the house, and the gardener is probably insane. Murders abound, lights flicker, and romance blossoms in this crazy spoof written by Tim Kelly.
Friday, October 25th @ 8pm*
Saturday, October 26th @ 8pm
Friday, November 1st @ 8pm
Saturday, November 2nd @ 8pm
*Join us opening night for our afterglow – we will have various treats made by the cast and crew.
All performances will take place at Pontiac High School 1051 Arlene Street Pontiac, MI 48340
$15 for adults; $12 students and seniors (general admission; available at door or online). Group rates also available, please contact 248-499-2360 for more information.
This production is presented through special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing.
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