This October, for two weekends only, the Siskiyou Performing Arts Center will present Honeymoon at Graveside Manor, a ghostly farce in two acts. The show, which opens Oct. 4, features an ensemble cast of new and veteran Siskiyou County Community players, according to a recent press release.

This October, for two weekends only, the Siskiyou Performing Arts Center will present Honeymoon at Graveside Manor, a ghostly farce in two acts. The show, which opens Oct. 4, features an ensemble cast of new and veteran Siskiyou County Community players, according to a recent press release.

Marian, who has married horror/suspense writer Tyler Thorncraft, pictures a romantic and secluded hideaway for their honeymoon. Instead she is lead to the ancestral family home, known as Graveside Manor. Haunted by an ax wielding ghost and riddled with secret passageways, the manor is as romantic as an Edger Allen Poe novel and as secluded as Grand Central Station.

A wise cracking caretaker is the first to interrupt the newly-weds, followed by Tyler’s sharp, big-city editor. Add in three teens trying to set the place up for a Halloween prank, an absent minded sheriff on the look out for an escaped lunatic, and a lunatic hell bent on a Halloween prank of his own. Mix well and you’ve got an evening set for a Honeymoon at Graveside Manor.

The show is directed by first time director Daniel Collins with the acting talents of Harry Caramanos, Isaac Young, Katelyn Van Nocker, Angelina Inselman, Annie Schreck, Daniel Cordell, Kassandra Cummins, and Jordan Linsley, with Corinna Soule and John Timm.

Honeymoon at Graveside Manor opens Oct. 4 and also plays Oct. 5, 11, 12 and 13 at the Siskiyou Performing Arts Center’s Dunlap Theater, located at 311 Yreka Street in Yreka. Doors open at 7 p.m. with the show starting at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are available at Bella Art Works, Nature’s Kitchen the Chamber of Commerce of Yreka, and Hairazors in Fort Jones.

Further information can be found at http://facebook.com/SiskiyouPerformingArtsCenter