Callan White-Hinman, Montreat College theatre professor and NC Stage actress, will perform in the world premiere of “Stalking the Bogeyman” from September 18 to October 13.
NC Stage Company is Asheville’s professional theatre located in downtown Asheville.
“Stalking the Bogeyman,” based on a true story by David Holthouse, has been adapted and directed by Markus Potter to be performed as NC Stage’s main stage event. The story originally aired on NPR’s This American Life, deals with issues of child abuse and the cost of revenge, and includes a stirring performance by Callan White-Hinman.
“It is a powerful and redemptive true story about one man’s attempt at revenge after a rape that took place 17 years earlier in his life. It is a 90-minute non-stop drama performed by a strong company of professional actors,” Callan explains. “I am honored to be a part of this production.”
Before beginning as a professor at Montreat in 2007, Callan acted on television, in film and on stage for over 20 years. For the production of “Stalking the Bogeyman,” Professor White-Hinman is joined by a cast of high caliber actors, including, Charlie Flynn McIver, Chris Allison, Bill Munoz, David Novak and Marla Mason.
Performances take place at NC Stage Company, 15 Stage Lane, Asheville, NC 28801 on Wednesday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Montreat students can see the show for $10 with a valid student I.D. For tickets, call 828.239.0263 or visit NCStage.org. There will also be an 8 p.m. performance on Tuesday, October 8. The performance lasts 90 minutes.