Stage Fright: 1964

  • Avalon Theatre
  • Early Show Doors: 6pm / Late Show Doors: 9pm

Stage Fright: 1964
Written by Casey Rauch
Directed by Cecile Storm

Early Show - Doors: 6:00pm / Show: 6:30pm
Late Show - Doors: 9:00pm / Show: 9:30pm

Run time 90 min, no intermission.

*Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, business,
events and incidents are the products of the author's imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.

President Lyndon B. Johnson will give remarks during a live, nation wide television broadcast right here in Easton! The Distinguished Ladies of the Hellfire Club invite you to this gala event. With host Twig Hammerstein of Doris Radio Program fame and musical guests The Teddy Bears & The Cardigans. Don’t miss this opportunity to show your support for LBJ! Sponsored by L.L. Baker Foundations & Basements.

In the year 1964, TV was king and Lou Baker, owner of the Avalon Hotel, was sure to capitalize on it. A television crew was set to live broadcast what was to be the Country’s premier presidential campaign gala for Lyndon B. Johnson. As a series of unfortunate events unfurl, will pop star Jenny Chambers survive the night?


Content Warnings: This experience is based on the ghost stories of the Avalon and deals with themes of civil rights, racism, murder, and revenge which some may find triggering. There will be dark spaces, loud noises, strobe, haze, as well as dark areas and spaces that are small and confined. The choice of where to go and what to see is yours. If you feel uncomfortable you will be able to move to a new area, to talk to one of our stewards, or to take a breather in the Stoltz Listening Room. The bar itself can be noisy, so if you need a quiet space, please let a member of staff know. For more details email

Age Restrictions: This production is recommended for ages 16+. Guests must show ID at the box office. Guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible guardian.

What to wear: This is a promenade production and footwear you can walk and climb stairs comfortably in, is strongly recommended. There is no dress code for the Standard shows; however, it is Halloween, and we’d love to see you in costume. We recommend leaving handbags and coats at home, as you’ll be moving around and need your hands free.

Masks: We ask all audiences to wear a signature Stage Fright theatrical mask. This will give you anonymity throughout the performance to help you feel empowered to explore, and also to make you distinguishable from the performers. These masks can be taken off in the Stoltz Listening Room. It will fit over most glasses; however, if you have the option, wearing contact lenses is recommended.

ADA: This experience is wheelchair accessible. It takes place across three levels with some areas only accessible by elevator for wheelchair users. Some areas of the show will be restricted due to the existing architecture.

Groups: You will be on your feet and it can be difficult to remain with your companions. You may be invited to take a path exclusively open to you. To get the most out of the performance we recommend you go it alone, although it will always be your choice.

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