Nightmares: Seven Creepy Short Plays Based on True-Life Night Terrors
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A longtime favorite of local audiences, the Gallery Theatre's holiday cabaret is back again, and freshly loaded with a sleigh-full of music, comedy and Yuletide cheer. A funny and heartwarming look at traditions both old and new, the show features plenty of seasonal music, parody songs and sketches, and is appropriate for the whole family. The gang has also promised some fun new additions to the proceedings this year as well, so take a break from the hustle and bustle and enjoy being entertained. Learn More
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Featured review from Albert R.
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Disturbing but very enjoyable production. The talented actors enacted riveting 10 minute dream sequences that were cleverly tied together throughout the the night and tidied up nicely at the end. Yelling, death, torture, self-mutilation and some gore are not subjects that I think are suitable for children or teens, but there were some kids in the audience in attendance with their family, and they stayed through the intermission. There is stadium seating for this performance and everything about this production is very well done. I will return again to see this next year!
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Way nice performance! Once they knew I was a Red Velvet member, they literally rolled out the red carpet and really turned on the customer service...I was even serviced LOTS of Halloween candy. I can't wait to go back to this theatre again!!!
A night of pure creepy! Throughout the year, audiences write down and send Gallery Theatre their nightmares. They've written them into seven creepy short plays that are sure to raise the hair on the back of your neck. Join them for a night of chills and thrills as they present: Nightmares.