When: Thursdays, 8 p.m. Continues through Oct. 25 2012

Street Theatre Company returns with what is becoming its annual Halloween treat — an irreverent, black-humored evening of scenes, songs and dance. The show’s host is “Phil Graves,” and he leads a dark-hearted cast through slightly warped cabaret numbers that deal with the macabre and prove to be devilishly entertaining. The final performance is a special show where the audience is encouraged to come dressed in costume, and prizes will be awarded for best, most original, etc. The talented ensemble includes Janette Bruce, Erica Lee Haines, Stephen Henry, Janna Landry and Tyson Laemmel. Pam Atha is the director/choreographer, and musical director Rollie Mains mounts the eclectic score. For sure, it beats bobbing for apples.

Martin Brady

Price: $16-$18


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