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Shadows Over Halloween!
Saturday, October 20th at 2:00pm EST
Online sale ends: 10/20/18 at 1:00pm EST
Producers Club - Grand Theatre
358 W 44th Street 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10036
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Marie Wallace

Donna Wandrey

​Shadows Over Halloween - Starring Marie Wallace & Donna Wandrey

East Coast Dark Shadows fans rejoice! because two of your favorite ladies are taking the stage for one afternoon to get you into the Halloween spirit! On Saturday October 20th at 2PM Marie Wallace and Donna Wandrey, who both starred in ABC’s cult classic soap opera Dark Shadows are teaming up for an afternoon of spooky storytelling. The ladies will read from classic gothic stories and some humorous tales to! Culminating With a very special dramatization of Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.  

Afterwards the ladies will be interviewed on stage by Peter Mac and field questions from the audience. Followed by a chance to take photos and/or purchase memorabilia.  Punch and cookies will be served.   


2PM to 3PM - Selected Readings

3PM to 4PM - Q& A with the Stars moderated by Peter Mac

4PM to 5PM - Meet & Greet and Signing with the Stars 

Tickets are $25 - $35 and can be purchased at www.PurplePass.com/shadows 

Presented by Vegas Theatricals and produced by Peter Mac and Dr. John Mac-Schaefer

Marie Wallace

Career Highlights
DAYTIME TV: Somerset (India Delaney, 1970-72), Guiding Light (Johnsie La Fite, 1989), Another World, Guiding Light (1984), One Life to Live (Molly O'Day, 1999). 

PRIMETIME TV: Fame (Mrs. Murphy, 1982), Fantasy Island, Garry Moore Show, Car 54 Where Are You?, The Phil Silvers Show, The Perry Como Show, The Gershwin Years, Victor Borge's 20th Anniversary Show.

TV COMMERCIALS: Revlon, Breck, Gillette, Prudential, United Airlines, A&P Mouthwash, A-1 Steak Sauce, Right Guard, Hartford Gas, Orange Plus, Westside Federal Savings Bank.

THEATER: Vengence at Collinwood (Jessica Loomis, 2005), The House (Caroline, 2004), Return to Collinwood (Jessica Loomis, 2003), The Lark (Queen Yolande and Mother, NYC, 1989), Barflys Part I (Connie Mae, NYC, 1988), Alone Together (Connie Mae, 1987, Nebraska), Along Came a Spider (Cynthia, 1985, NYC), In the Boom Boom Room (Helen, 1985-86, NYC), Forty Carats (Ann Stanley, 1984), Mummer's End (Peaches Catania, 1977, Washington, D.C.), Night of the Iguana (Maxine Faulk, 1976-77, Rochester, MI), Born Yesterday (Billie Dawn, 1975, Rochester, MI), Goodbye Charlie (Rusty), I Ought to Be In Pictures (Steffy), Burlesque (Bonnie Kene, 1969), Romantic Comedy (Blanche), Deathtrap (Myra), Listen to the Lions (Fuzzy Delgado), Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Martha), Harlequinade (1959), Bell Book and Candle, Electra, The Only Game in Town (Fran), Bartholomew Fair (Ursula), Star Spangled Girl, Ring 'Round The Room (Lady India), Period of Adjustment (Dorothea Bates), Enter Laughing (Angela Marlowe), Angel Street (Nancy).

BROADWAY: Last Licks (Fiona Raymond, 1979-80), Mert and Phil (The Beauty Lady, 1975), The Women (Crystal Allen, 1972-73), The Right Honorable Gentleman (Helen Garland, 1965-66), The Beauty Part (Roxanne deVilbiss, 1962-63), Sweet Charity (Ursula, 1966-67), Nobody Loves an Albatross (Linda, 1963), Gypsy (Chorus Girl, 1959).

NATIONAL TOURS: Carousel (Mrs. Mulin), Sly Fox (Miss Fancy, 1977-78).


• Book Recordings for Jewish Guild for the Blind. 

• Member of American Renaissance Theatre. 

• Wrote autobiography, On Stage & In Shadows, 2005.

Donna Wandrey
DONNA WANDREY has appeared in over 300 TV and radio commercials, but is probably best known as the vampire, Roxanne Drew, on the gothic Soap Opera, DARK SHADOWS.  BROADWAY:  Alan Ayckbourn’s critically acclaimed trilogy, THE NORMAN CONQUESTS which she also performed in L.A. and on tour.  OFF-BROADWAY:  YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU, THE BROWNSTONE URGE.  REGIONAL THEATRE:  MIRACLE ON SOUTH DIVISION STREET (Shaker Bridge Theatre), OTHER DESERT CITIES (Triad Stage, NC), THE GLASS MENAGERIE (Vermont Stage), MURDERERS (TheaterWorks, Hartford - - Outstanding Actress Award from the Connecticut Critics), MOON OVER BUFFALO (Arkansas Rep), LETTICE AND LOVAGE (Clarence Brown), THE ECCENTRICITIES OF A NIGHTINGALE (New Harmony), MY FAIR LADY (North Carolina Theatre - - Best Supporting Actress nominee from the Triangle Awards), CHARLIE’S AUNT (Indiana Rep), MOVE OVER, MRS. MARKHAM (Coconut Grove). Other theatre credits include THE LION IN WINTER, MARY, MARY, BAREFOOT IN THE PARK, A MAJORITY OF ONE, and ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.  Ms. Wandrey has toured with Eileen Heckart, Molly Picon, Kay Medford and Ann Sothern.  TV/FILM: AS THE WORLD TURNS (Barbara Ryan), ANOTHER WORLD (Angie), EDGE OF NIGHT (Allison Perry), RYAN’S HOPE (Dr. Meyers), LAW&ORDER:SVU, THE AFFAIR, and the role of Mother in the Emmy-winning After School Special, UMBRELLA JACK.  MEMBER: American Renaissance Theatre Company 
Additional Information
PLEASE NOTE: The venue is unfortunately NOT handicap accessible. As such audience members must be able to walk up two flights of stairs (there is a landing to rest after the first staircase). Tickets are NOT refundable and ALL sales are final.

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2:00pm to 5:00pm
Doors open at 1:45pm

General Admission: $25.00
VIP: $35.00

All Ages

Producers Club - Grand Theatre<br> 358 W 44th Street 2nd Floor<br> New York, 10036

(212) 330-8122



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