SILENT SCREAM Runs Oct. 29-Nov. 1

TC_Silent Scream logoSILENT SCREAM
The Carnegie Creative Disruption Committee
Oct. 29-Nov. 1
The Carnegie [Covington]

Written and directed by Sean P. Mette
Produced by Maggie Perrino

Cast: Trevor Browning as Billy Bailey, Zoe Rose Davidson as Helen “Nellie” Rose Ward, Hannah Gregory as Edith Louise Dinkley, Kyle Taylor as William Kennedy, Rachel Barkalow as Rachel Lockwood, Makenzie Ruff as Virginia Grace O’Connor, Liz Carman as Georgia Marsh & Aiden Sims as The Phantasm

SILENT SCREAM tells the ghostly tale of Billy Bailey, a promising young actor of the silent screen era. When his fiancé was mysteriously found dead, he became the prime suspect. Before the truth could be revealed, a fire destroyed the theatre and all the evidence within it. Now ghosts roam the theatre where the murder took place, forever searching for the truth. Guests are invited to solve the mystery or maybe, become part of it.

Small groups of patrons will tour through a series of rooms and locations in The Carnegie to hear stories from different ghosts and receive new pieces of information to the overarching mystery along the way. 

  • Thu-Sun, Oct. 29-Nov. 1 from 6:50-9:50pm
    (assigned times, 10-minute increments, maximum 6 people per group)

Please note this tour includes stairs and continuous walking/standing for a period of 60 minutes. Limited mobility accommodations are available, learn more by calling The Carnegie Box Office, open Tuesday-Friday noon to 5 pm at 859.957.1940.

Safety for the audience and actors has been built into the production design of the show. Precautions include physically distant staging, required mask wearing, private party audience tours, and staggered ticketing to keep crowd numbers low. Periodic cleaning throughout the show will also be in place for handrails and other high-touch surfaces. Each tour will have a guide to navigate The Carnegie’s historic campus, and patrons will only be grouped with members of their own party for tours. 

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