A host of theatre actors are featured in the new LGBTQ horror comedy Summoning Sylvia, which will be released by The Horror Collective in movie theatres nationwide March 31. Watch the trailer above.
Written and directed by Wesley Taylor (Smash) and Alex Wyse (Good Night, Oscar), the film will also be available on cable via VOD and Digital HD starting April 7.
The cast includes Travis Coles (Superstore), Michael Urie (Torch Song, Ugly Betty), Frankie Grande (Henry Danger, Titanique), Nicholas Logan (I Care a Lot), Troy Iwata (Be More Chill, Dash & Lily), Noah J. Ricketts (Frozen, American Gods), Sean Grandillo (Spring Awakening, Scream: The TV Series), Camden Garcia (Station 19), and Veanne Cox (Caroline, or Change; You’ve Got Mail) as the titular specter.
The hair-raising romp tells the story of a gay bachelor party that takes a spooky turn when sinister spirits are suddenly summoned.
In Manhattan, Summoning Sylvia will play the Regal Union Square at 850 Broadway starting March 31; Los Angeles audiences can see the film beginning March 31 in Glendale at the Laemmle Glendale.