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The stage is set for Halloween

October 26, 2010

William Joseph Hill and Brian David Pope in "The Cask of Amontillado." Mountan View Mausoleum and Cemetery, 2010 Wicked Lit production. (photo by Daniel Kitayama)

When the Christmas season rolls around, theatergoers are accustomed to choosing among productions of “The Nutcracker,” “A Christmas Carol” and “The Miracle on 34th Street.” But some theater companies have chosen Halloween as the holiday to commemorate, and there are plenty of ghoulish shows to choose from in the Southland this week.

One of the options is the Halloween Spooktacular – a “slasher-improv show,” according to actor and co-producer Wendy Rosoff. “Well, you create something super spooky, Halloween-themed and infuse it with the idea that you never know when Jason from ‘Friday the 13th’ will come knocking at the door.”

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