The 666 Project: A Horror Anthology Show

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In the grand tradition of The Twilight Zone and Tales from the Crypt comes “The 666 Project: A Horror Anthology Show.” The Push Comedy Theater has gathered six writers, six directors and six actors to bring you six sometimes rib-tickling, sometimes horrifying tales of terror. In its second year, The 666 Project is the brainchild of The Pushers, the improv and sketch comedy group who entertain audiences every weekend at the Push Comedy Theater in Norfolk’s NEON District.

"We love comedy, but the chance to delve into the creepy and macabre really excites us. It’s a little bit Twilight Zone, a little bit Stranger Things, and a lot of scary fun,"" says Sean Devereaux, member of the Pushers and co-producer of The 666 Project.

The 666 Project is directed by some of the best directors Norfolk has to offer ...

  • Garney Johnson (Kiss of the Spider Woman, Generic Theater)
  • Emel Ertugrul and Eddie Castillo of Core Theatre Ensemble (Sophocles, Antigone, TCC Roper)
  • Jillian Sweetland (The Philadelphia Story LTN)
  • Brant Powell (The Yellow Wallpaper ODU Stables Theater)
  • Christopher Bernhardt (Rent LTVB)
  • and Alba Woolard and Kerry Kruk (Panties in a Twist Wells Theatre).

... was written by veteran and emerging local talent ...

  • Evan Grummell (Hampton) and Evan Hartley (Norfolk)
  • Brant Powell (Chesapeake)
  • Lauren Hurston (Norfolk)
  • Brian Garraty (Virginia Beach)
  • Michael Khandelwal (Norfolk)
  • and Brad McMurran (Portsmouth)

... and features 6 players from across Hampton Roads

  • Scot Rose (Norfolk)
  • Hilary Stallings (Chesapeake)
  • Matt Cole (Norfolk)
  • JT Mouton (Norfolk)
  • Chelsea Pittman (Hampton)
  • and Hayley Daniels (Newport News)

The 666 Project runs 6 nights, each at 8 PM: Friday, Oct. 21 and Saturday, Oct. 22, and Thursday, Oct. 27-Sunday, Oct. 30.

The Push Comedy Theater only has 99 seats, so we recommend you get your tickets in advance.

Free parking available at Slone Chiropractic (111 W Virginia Beach) just one block from the theater. There is also limited parking on the street.

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