A cursed house, a haunted lake and a mysterious murder...
what secrets do the house on the cliff hold?
HOUSE ON THE CLIFF
by George Batson
from a TV play by George Batson and Donn Harmon
The House on the Cliff is rumored to be the last stop of the Civil War Underground Railroad and overlooks one of the Great Lakes. Years ago an excursion boat sank in a storm and it is said that the lake is haunted. Now, two mysteries are encapsulating the cursed house.
The young heiress, Ellen Clayton, confined to a wheelchair, is baffling her caretakers with her inability to walk. Then, a sudden murder plunges everyone into suspicion – Ellen, her disinherited stepmother, the austere housekeeper, the bewildered physician, the hopeful young doctor and Nurse Pepper, a curious person who has traveled quite a distance to care for Ellen. Who is the mysterious murdered man? Why can’t Ellen walk? And what secrets do the House on the Cliff hold?
Performances are Friday, November 6, Saturday, November 7, Saturday, November 14, Sunday, November 15, Friday, November 20, and Saturday, November 21. Curtain is at 8 PM on Fridays and Saturdays and 2 PM on Sunday. Tickets are $12 each. Reservations can be made by calling 317-823-4761, or online at oaklandoncivictheatre.org.
Make sure to save room for dessert which can be purchased at Bonnie's Cafe during intermission!
BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 1 YOU CAN USE PAYPAL OR CREDIT CARDS FOR ONLINE TICKET PURCHASES
Oaklandon Civic Theatre is located at 6450 Oaklandon Road, Indianapolis 46236, which is 5 miles south of Geist Reservoir