A first horror play on the State Theater stage


For the first time, the Turkish State Theaters (DT) present a horror play on stage.

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‘The Woman in Black’, a 1987 play based on the book of the same name, which was published in 1983 by English author Susan Hill, is now being staged by the Ankara State Theater on the Akün scene from Ankara.

The play, which starts off in an extraordinary way, offers the audience a different experience with its sound and light effects as well as the elements of decor and tension.

At the heart of the story is the suffering of a woman, who has to abandon her child because of social pressure. The ghostly appearance of the woman after the death of her and her child increases the stress graph.

In the play, directed by Mesut Turan, the character of the “woman in black” is played by Nazlı Özdemir.

Due to the elements of horror, the age limit for the play is 13, and it is not recommended for pregnant women and people with heart problems and epilepsy.

Turan said “The Woman in Black” was third among the longest-running plays in the world.

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Turan summed up the play as “a painful, emotional and tragic ghost story filled with elements of fear.” He pointed out that such a story with elements of horror and tension was on stage at DT for the first time.

Turan pointed out that it is much more difficult to create elements of fear and tension in the theater than in the cinema, saying, “In an unexpected moment we have effects and snapshots depending on the flow of the story. . Especially after the end of the first act, the game has increasing graphics; the second act becomes more and more different.


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