Originally played by Bob Carter before his death in 2013, Terry is now portrayed by Carter’s son, Mark, who will host a brief game show and introduce the 1925 classic “The Phantom of the Opera,” considered one of the best horror films of the silent era. The silent 1921 comedy short “The Haunted House,” which stars Buster Keaton, will also be shown.
Mark Herman, an award-winning theater organist, will provide spooky accompaniment for the feature and a comedy short.
A cash bar will be available, and door prizes will be awarded. Those attending can dress in phantom or opera singer attire to compete for a cash prize. Sammy will be available for photos as well.
Tickets are $12 and available by calling 639-4534 or at the door, 1201 Central Ave.