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Department of Music and Theater presents "The Bride of Brackenloch! A Ghastly, Gothic Thriller"

Elora Riley '16, a student at St. Catherine University, and Willie Hustead, a sophomore at the University of St. Thomas star in the "Bride of Brackenloch!"
Elora Riley '16, a student at St. Catherine University, and Willie Hustead, a sophomore at the University of St. Thomas star in the "Bride of Brackenloch!"
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The St. Catherine University Department of Music and Theater announces its fall production, "The Bride of Brackenloch! A Ghastly, Gothic Thriller," by Rick Abbot.

A comical spoof of all those gothic novels where the husband is brooding and the bride is unsuspecting, "The Bride of Brackenloch! A Ghastly, Gothic Thriller" transports the audience to Scottish moors where the Brackenloch Manor looms over the gloomy land. A murderer is on the loose, a secret lurks in the loch and a deadly curse awaits any bride of Jabez Thorngall, the Lord of Brackenloch Manor. Who will solve the mystery?

Performances will be held at 7 p.m. from Oct. 31– Nov. 3, with a matinee at 2 p.m. on Nov. 4, in the Frey Theater on the University’s St. Paul campus, 2004 Randolph Ave.

General admission tickets are $10; and tickets are free for all Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities (ACTC) students, faculty and staff with a valid college ID. Tickets may be reserved by calling The O’Shaughnessy Box Office at (651) 690-6700.

The season-opener is directed by St. Kate’s Director of Theater, Teresa Lyons-Hegdahl. The cast and crew include St. Catherine University students Kelsey Barnhill '16, Olivia Hood '15, Emily Quanrud '16, Elora Riley '16 and Heidi Robertson '13; St. Kate’s staff member Catherine Flowers; community member Matthew Erickson, and University of St. Thomas students Mary Conway, sophomore, Joe Feely, junior, Lindy Fischer, sophomore, and Willie Hustead, sophomore.

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Oct. 16, 2012 by St. Catherine University Department of Music and Theater

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