Join us in October as we explore and adapt an early short story by one of Gothic Horror’s greatest writers: H. P. Lovecraft. Using Samuel Stong’s House built in 1855 at the historic Black Creek Pioneer Village, The Rats in the Walls is a sight specific experimentation of madness, familial bonds and the mystery of the unknown. As a man known only as de la Poer reclaims the seat of his ancestry he uncovers the hidden truths of what drove his family to abandon it in the first place.
The Rats in the Walls
Written by H. P. Lovecraft
Adapted for the stage and performed by Peter Counter and Andrew Gaboury
Directed by Carla Johnston
October 21st & 28th 7PM + 9PM
$10 at the door.
For ticket reservations please send a note with your name and the # of tickets desired to info[at]fourwindscollective[dot]com
Black Creek Pioneer Village: 1000 Murray Ross Parkway Toronto, ON
For directions click here. (If you are taking the TTC, one option not listed is by taking the 196 Rocket from Downsview Subway Station to York University, then by walking towards the Rexall Centre, OR, by taking the less frequent 106 and getting off at Arboretum)
Poster design by Nick Counter. Please check out his amazing work at CounterIllustration.com