The screaming ends Nov. 18. Scream Creek, a parody of slasher flicks, teen culture and -- scariest of all -- TV's teen dramas, will end Nov. 18 at New York's Pyramid Club. Scream Creek began Thursday performances Oct. 14.
When the peaceful teen actor community of Scream Creek is rocked by the supposed suicide of four of its residents, it's up to mastermind Willy Kevinson to join forces with the stars of "Duffy the Demon Killer," "Moista" and "Party for One" to solve the mystery -- before the reporters of "SoftCopy" and the "ET Gossip Copter" get to the story first. The only clues both parties have to go by are the barely noticed, billboard-sized notes declaring, "I know what you turned last summer."
Starring as the members of the teen Utopia are Matt Morse (Awesome), Collen McNamara (Duffy the Demon Killer), Rich Kelly (Willy Kevinson), Shelia Mitchell (Kahlua), Tina Posterli (Wendy Gust), Ryan Shogren (Spacey/Sheriff Hearsay), Carrie Yamond (Sincerity Heart Smith), Robert Glen Dioguardi (Killer Clown/Patty Selma/Priest), Gloria Vitolo (Production Assistant/Britney Spears), Kyle Kinduf (Production Assistant) and T. W. Leshner (Production Assistant).
Tickets are $12 and are available at the door or by calling (212) 591-2454. The Pyramid Club is located at 101 Avenue A between 6th and 7th Streets.
-- By Christine Ehren