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By Gini Davis
The Creswell Chronicle 

CHS Drama's 'Scariest Play Ever' a spooky, spoofy romp


May 16, 2019

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Gini Davis/The Creswell Chronicle The ghost of Effie (Brielle Brick), an old washerwoman locked in a basement to die many years ago, returns to haunt the house in which she died in "Paranormal Sensitivity."

Creswell High School's Drama Club spoofed well-known horror flicks in "The Scariest Play Ever," penned by Craig Sodaro and directed by CHS teacher Gary Jones.

The premise of the play, performed May 8-9 in the CHS commons, involves film producer C.C. Bellows (Katie McKillop) being pitched four possible "new" movie ideas that all seem strangely familiar ...

"What the public wants is the same old thing – what they've seen before," Bellows insists to assistant Dee Dubarry (Sophia Janezic). And when it comes to horror movies, "They just can't get enough."

The first pitch is "Calamityville Horr...

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