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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Castro Halloween Parade's Off? No Worries. Get Out And See a Show Instead

Posted By on Tue, Oct 23, 2007 at 10:12 AM


Looking for a little culture to go with your fright wig and black nail polish this Halloween? Chloe Veltman scares up a few not-to-be missed local performance events.


Thrillpeddlers' annual Shocktoberfest bloodbath is entitled Maker of Monsters. It's hard to imagine a more suitable venue for a Halloween show than The Hypnodrome in SOMA. Splurge on a cozy "shock box" for two for an unforgettable scare.


Impossible Productions' Creepshow Live! at the Dark Room celebrates comic book macabre with nightmarish accounts reminiscient of Tales from the Crypt and DC Horror Comics such as The Haunt of Fear.


Join cataclysmic actors James Carpenter, Andrew Hurteau and Mark Philips at The Magic Theatre for a free workshop presentation of dramatist Trevor Allen's spine-tingling new play inspired by Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.


San Francisco Renaissance Voices is joined by Harp Trio Trillium for a spooky concert of funeral music from the English Renaissance and Baroque, with Medieval and Renaissance music for harp from the British Isles. San Francisco Renaissance Voices' dirges are to die for. (And I should know -- I sing with the group.)

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