A collection of information related to haunted theaters and other items surrounding theater superstitions and hauntings.
Here we have put together a collection of items that pertain to haunted theaters.
Long recognized among the community's cultural landmarks, the Akron Civic Theatre has a rich and spectacular history. It has provided the community with a venue for quality entertainment and live performances for over seventy years.
An exposed incandescent light bulb, surrounded by a wire cage and mounted on a portable stand. This light is most often placed somewhere on center stage.
Any company performing the play will be beset with horrible luck, ranging anywhere from uncanny accidents on the set to actual deaths within the company.
Peacock Feathers should never be brought on stage, either as a costumer element, prop or part of the a set as chaos will ensure.
It is considered bad luck to whistle on or off stage, as someone (not always the whistler) will be fired.
It's considered good luck traditionally to give the director and/or the leading lady, after closing night, a bouquet of flowers stolen from a graveyard
It's bad luck to have mirrors on stage.
It is bad luck to wear the color blue onstage, unless it was countered with something silver.
Having three lit candles onstage is bad luck.
Ghosts haunt theaters and should be given one night a week alone on the stage.
To wish someone "Good Luck" before a show is bad luck.