Saturday November 9 @ 7:00pm
Doors at 6:30pm

Not Rated | 97 min
Comedic Psychological Thriller

Directed by Joe Badon
Starring Linnea Gregg, Collin Galyean, Dorian Rush

Artist Talk with Lead Actress and Hilo Native: LINNEA GREGG
Linnea will be in attendance to present the film and hold a post screening discussion to offer insights into the production and life as an indie actor on the rise!

After experiencing a peculiar and sudden breakup with her boyfriend, Elizia discovers a world of conspiracies, strange voices and horrifying visions.

Doors will open 30 minutes prior to each showing. Tickets are $8.50 General and $7.50 for Seniors & Students. Tickets available now at the Palace Box Office, online tickets coming soon!


Linnea Gregg Headshot 2019 BLINNEA GREGG

Born and raised in Hilo, Linnea is a veteran of the Palace Theater stage. In fall musicals, she played Baby June (“Gypsy” 2004), Shirley Temple (“The Big 8-0 Show” 2005), and Pepper (“Annie” 2006), and in HAAS’s “Les Mis” she played Gavroche. With Island Dance Academy, she danced on the Palace stage many times, including as Fritz and the Nutcracker in “The Nutcracker.” On other Big Island stages, she was Chava in “Fiddler on the Roof,” Helen Keller in “The Miracle Worker,” Bonnie in “Anything Goes,” and Melinda in “Teach Me How to Cry,” among many featured roles.

IMG_4187Linnea earned the BFA in Theater from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Regional credits include Rosa in “The Rose Tattoo” and Simonetta in “The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Any More” (both for The Tennessee Williams Theatre Company of New Orleans), “Yellow-Eyed Creatures,” “What the Ladies Do,” “Cassowary,” and more.

The role of Elizia in “The God Inside My Ear” was Linnea’s first lead role in a feature-length film. She won Best Actress at the West Coast Horror Film Festival and at the Shawna Shea Film Festival for her performance, and was also nominated at the Film Quest, Wreak Havoc, and New Orleans Horror Film Festivals.

Currently based in New York City, Linnea has also starred in other independent horror/thriller films — Sean Roberts Jr.’s “The Night They Knocked” (2019) and Joe Badon’s “Sister Tempest” (2020) — and will soon be filming for Neil Brimelow’s “Swipe Left to Live.” She plays Detective Ilana Micelli in the Amazon Prime series “21st Century Demon Hunter.”


Holding all of the film’s many wacky pieces together is the exceptional lead performance from Linnea Gregg as Elizia. In all of the situations, Gregg is required to hit practically every emotion one could think of. She cries, she’s hysterical, she’s confused, she’s angry, she’s violent, she’s sarcastic and blank. Like the film itself, there’s so much going on for Elizia, and Gregg navigates all of it like a true champ. If you had to pick out the one true highlight of the film, it would be the work of this expert thespian.” Michael Klug  Horror Freak News

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