The Hollow

Based upon the stories of Washington Irving Adapted by John Rapson

OCTOBER 12 – NOVEMBER 6, Main Stage

The Hollow

Based upon the stories of Washington Irving Adapted by John Rapson

OCTOBER 12 – NOVEMBER 6, Main Stage

From the minds of Broadway’s John Rapson and Jeremy Landon Hays comes a thrilling new ghost story for the stage, making its world premiere at Amphibian before a New York premiere in 2023.

 

The Hollow re-acquaints us with the prolific creator of America’s earliest ghost stories; Washington Irving. Our narrator spins Irving’s tales into vivid light…only to find himself entangled in his own web of paranormal terrors. John Rapson’s new stage adaptation of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” brings horror and humor in equal measure, up close and in-person in a new Halloween tradition.

 

In collaboration with visionary creatives like Tony Award winning costume designer Gregg Barnes (Kinky Boots, Mean Girls, The Drowsy Chaperone) and Broadway scenic/projection designer Caite Hevner (Derren Brown: Secret, In Transit), this chilling one-act play will have you watching your back long after the lights go down.

Tickets & Dates

General Admission Thursdays
$25
General Admission Friday-Sunday
$40
Showtimes

Thursday-Saturday: 8PM

Sunday: 2PM

 

*Special Monday October 31st Halloween Performance at 8PM*

Duration
90 Minutes, No Intermission

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Playwright

John Rapson

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Playwright

John Rapson

John Rapson is an actor, singer and writer who has performed on stages and screens across the world. In New York, John performed as Grantaire, Javert and Thenardier in the original Broadway cast of the recent revival of Les Miserables as well as playing Beadle Bamford (and eventually the title role of Sweeney Todd himself) in Barrow Street Theatre’s acclaimed immersive Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. John is perhaps best known for originating the role of The D’Ysquith family on the first national tour of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, leading the company by playing 8 different members of a vile and hilarious family (IRNE Award winner). John is currently playing a leading role in Between the Lines (adapted by New York Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult and based on her own novel) at New York’s acclaimed Second Stage theatre. Other theatrical credits include work at regional theaters all over North America: The Tale of Despereaux (Roscuro) at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, The Drowsy Chaperone (Aldolpho) at the Goodspeed Opera House, Oklahoma! (Jud) at Broadway Sacramento, Camelot (Mordred) and Grand Horizons (Ben) at the Asolo Repertory Theatre, The Play That Goes Wrong (Robert) at St. Louis Rep, and several tours of Japan with the Tokyo Philharmonic as the featured soloist of Disney on Classic playing a rogues gallery of Disney Villains. During 2020, John was immensely proud to work with Jefferson Mays and Michael Arden to help bring their tour-de-force one man adaptation of A Christmas Carol to thrilling life on film, serving as a standby and scene partner for Mays throughout the filming of one of the only productions to take place on a New York stage in the past year. John has appeared on “The Blacklist” as well as “The Tony Awards”, “Good Morning America” and “America’s Got Talent” with various companies of Broadway and touring shows throughout the years. John is represented by CGF and has recently partnered with the exciting startup “Empowering the Artist” to work with young performers all across the country. John is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan. @jrrapson

Director

Jeremy Landon Hays

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Director

Jeremy Landon Hays

Creative Producer

Joel Ferrell

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Joel Ferrell

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