A ‘Ripping’ Good Time at Rehearsal for “Jack the Ripper, Monster of Whitechapel”

Workshop Theatre Blog

Workshop Theatre will open its 45th season with a black comedy called “Jack the Ripper, Monster of Whitechapel”.  This thriller written by Joe Dickinson runs October 17 – 25, 2014 at the Pumphouse Theatres.  Tickets are on sale now through www.workshoptheatre.org.  Limited run of only 8 shows!

“They cut her like a fish!”

“Holy Mackerel!”

Who is Jack the Ripper? Well, that all depends. There is an interactive element to this play.  With three different endings for this play, audience members will have a chance to vote at intermission for which ending they want to see.

 This show is a “ripping” good time, a “scream” of fun, and “killed” me with its humor. – Dallas Morning News

This play is a comical but scary treatment of the serial killer who terrorized London in the 1800’s.  Many of the characters and events are taken right from history, but others are pure…

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