Fall is a time for apple cider, bonfires and scary stories.
“Bonfire Stories” (or the Goblins will Getcha) is Oswego Playhouse’s next production. The evening will feature a collection of a dozen stories and poems told around a bonfire in the parking lot of Oswego Village Hall.
Stories will feature classics by Edgar Allan Poe and Tod Robbins, plus the Witches scene from Macbeth. For the young at heart there will be selections from Goosebumps and a Zombie skit.
Cast members include Regis Snyder, Katrina Gentry, and Abby Kennedy from Batavia; Tom Rieser from North Aurora, Beth Goncher and Jill Orr from Aurora; Jeannine Collins of Carol Stream and Ryan Morton of Yorkville. The production is directed by Jacquie Weirich of Oswego.
“Bonfire Stories” is suitable for junior high age and up. Performances will be Fridays and Saturdays, October 18, 19, 25 & 26 at 7:30. Admission is $5.
Audience members are encouraged to dress up in their favorite scary costume. Prizes will be awarded. Bring your own lawn chair, marshmallows and roasting stick and come out for a night of fun and fright!
In the event of rain, performance will be moved inside the Village Hall. For more information, please call the Village of Oswego at 630-554-3618 or firstname.lastname@example.org.