2020 will mark the 12th Annual Prescott Ghost Talk Experience-
Where Haunting Legends Come Alive!
This year's Ghost Talk is an Experience and will be a walking tour to haunting bone-chilling sites throughout the grounds of PCA. Tickets are only $10 and $8 if you are going to see DRACULA ($2 discount).
The scare is coming! Dates are: October 25, 26, 31 and November 1, 2.
Directed by: Robyn Allen, Tina Boden-Blake, Emily Carey,
Brian Moultrup, Lexe Niekamp, and Sylvia Wauters.
Written By: Paker Anderson, B.C. Bartels, John and Angie Mazella, Bobby "Boris" Pickett,Edgar Allen Poe, William Shakespeare, Anita Turner, and Darlene Wilson.
Ghost Talk is an annual fundraiser for local youth art programming and scholarships at PCA. We are proud to say this is our 12th year bring community together to enjoy “haunting legends” for a good cause.
This year Ghost Talk is more than listening to stories, but an experience. Patrons will come visit several ghosts in and around the historic theater on a walking tour to listen to bone-chilling tales of the dead. Ghost Talk is a compilation of frightening stories from around Yavapai County and beyond. The accounts vary from a fictional writing out of the imagination of a budding creative playwright to a factual interpretation based-on authentic events and people from historians. You get to decide what is real and what is a creepy trick.
There will be spooky surprises, interactive encounters, and a new understanding of the legends that shape the horror, science fiction, and thriller genres we have today. Best of all Ghost Talk the Experience is before Dracula. You can come to both! Tickets are only $10 and $8 (with a Dracula ticket).
This year Ghost Talk has evolved due to the growing demands for space. We hope the move outdoors is only temporary as we embark on getting a new 99-seat studio theater with the "Setting the Stage for the Future" Capital Campaign. For the past two years, Ghost Talk Too resided at Stage Too written by Parker Anderson, who was involved in the original version over at Sharlot Hall Museum years ago, and was directed by Erica Muse. Prior to that it took place on our Mainstage for nine years and was written and directed by Karen Murphy.
Thank you for your support and making a difference for area youth!
Special Thanks to the
Ghost Talk Committee:
April Miller Manchester