Alright, I have this show in it's entirety recorded from Oct. 29, 2005. Unfortunately, I don't have a converter to make it digital. So here's the basic play-by-play, that I'm typing up as I'm watching it.
So it starts off with narration, of the location and who the evil thing living inside, The Boogeyman. A girl appears and heads up to the building, wondering if anybody is there in the building.
The dancers (I'm not sure who they are supposed to be.) eventually lead the girl to a "bedroom" (which is just a bed on stage.) The girl takes off her jacket and skirt, revealing a nightgown, picks up a doll on the bed, and then goes to sleep. Sheets and 'ghosts' appear and wake her up, this is where the magician appears. The narrator calls him "a magical talisman that was sent to protect the girl." and then cut random love story. He tries to lead her out of the building, but the boogeyman appears on the screen behind them, and stops them. The dancers come back out, and place the girl on like this stick/pole thing, and spin her, eventually it pierces her, and "kills her".
And then angst, and the whole "I must save her!!! With magic!" shindig. She is brought back to life, with the power of magic and love. The boogeyman then challenges him to go through a set of tests. (Which equates to several magic tricks, and I'm too lazy to explain them in detail.)
He wins, but before the boogeyman will let them go there are bags placed over their heads, and separates the two, and takes the guy away. When she removes the bag from her head, the boogeyman appears and tells her that basically she can never leave, and that the guy is gone. To which she calls out "He can't be dead! He can't be!" in all her useless damsel glory. The talisman, shows back up (I don't know how, my brother is terrible at recording shows.) and the Boogeyman is really angry and shouts that the girl is his forever. And it ends with the talisman running towards the screen where the Boogeyman is being projected, and the girl is left alone.
She then picks up the doll and hugs it going "I will always remember you." And walks off stage, while DDR style music is playing in the background.
The show is a bit better than I'm describing it, but it's also that bad at the same time. The ending is really abrupt, (and on the tape, you can hear some guy go "That was it?!") It's still better than Entwined.
This is some of the music used in the show:
Bring me to Life - Evanescence
Sweet Dreams - Eurythmics (the Benny Benassi remix)
Cry Little Sister - Gerard McMann