Costumes welcome Oct. 25
World’s End Theater with Excellent Creature Productions presents their first Halloween Benefit Party, Saturday, Oct. 25, at 6:30 p.m. immediately after the Cold Spring village Halloween parade.
The party will supply much needed food, drink and warmth after the march in costume down Main Street, as well as games and readings of classic ghost stories by members and friends of World’s End Theater. Keep your costume on and head right up the street from St. Mary’s Church to 9 Morris Ave., Cold Spring. (North on 9D past 301, across from the library, the home of the Bokhours.)
Party goes on rain or shine, whether or not the parade is on. Get tickets at brownpapertickets.com. Grown-up ghouls are $45, a tax-deductible donation; little goblins are free. Costumes are welcomed and possibly rewarded.
Party proceeds will go to help fund the upcoming, all-new, one man adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol coming Dec. 18-21, to the Philipstown Depot Theatre in Garrison. Featuring Gregory Porter Miller and directed by Christine Bokhour.
World’s End Theater is sponsored in part by Philipstown.Info Inc. Non-deductible portion of the ticket is $15.
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