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Camp Death Productions will present Enter Cthulhu, written by Daniel White and directed by Erin Singleton.

A small cult wishes to resurrect the ancient god Cthulhu. The only problem is they first must sacrifice Cthulhu's last heir - a Miskatonic University student with an annoying habit of surviving. Enter Cthulhu is a hilarious romp: a college is suddenly cursed by a mysterious book that is the key to summoning the terrifying ancient monster Cthulhu. Classic H.P. Lovecraft references combine with horror movie tropes - think gothic horror tales meets Joss Whedon-style irreverence and fun. This script is hilarious, campy, charming, and rooted in literature.

Camp Death Productions will present Enter Cthulhu, written by Daniel White and directed by Erin Singleton.

A small cult wishes to resurrect the ancient god Cthulhu. The only problem is they first must sacrifice Cthulhu's last heir - a Miskatonic University student with an annoying habit of surviving. Enter Cthulhu is a hilarious romp: a college is suddenly cursed by a mysterious book that is the key to summoning the terrifying ancient monster Cthulhu. Classic H.P. Lovecraft references combine with horror movie tropes - think gothic horror tales meets Joss Whedon-style irreverence and fun. This script is hilarious, campy, charming, and rooted in literature.

Camp Death Productions will present Enter Cthulhu, written by Daniel White and directed by Erin Singleton.

A small cult wishes to resurrect the ancient god Cthulhu. The only problem is they first must sacrifice Cthulhu's last heir - a Miskatonic University student with an annoying habit of surviving. Enter Cthulhu is a hilarious romp: a college is suddenly cursed by a mysterious book that is the key to summoning the terrifying ancient monster Cthulhu. Classic H.P. Lovecraft references combine with horror movie tropes - think gothic horror tales meets Joss Whedon-style irreverence and fun. This script is hilarious, campy, charming, and rooted in literature.

WHEN

WHERE

Margo Jones Theatre at Magnolia Lounge
1121 1st Ave.
Dallas, TX 75210
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2955474

TICKET INFO

$16-$18
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