Western Canada Theatre has lined up a number of online and in-person presentations just for Halloween.
Events begin on Monday, Oct. 26, with Tales from the Graveyard, featuring real-life stories of murder, mayhem and the supernatural all set in Kamloops. Viewings will be free on the WCT Facebook page and website until Nov. 1.
From Oct. 27 to Nov. 1, Tales from the Cookie Jar will bring fun Halloween activities and stories for kids, all created by WCT's Stage One theatre instructors and available free on WCT's Facebook page and website.
For an in-person experience, catch Tales from the Stage: A Spooktacular Theatrical Evening at the Pavilion Theatre on Friday, Oct. 30.
The live performance of classic mystery radio plays and ghost stories will feature WCT regulars Dawn Bergstrom, Sheldon Bergstrom, Tracey Power and Kirk Smith, all directed by WCT artistic director James MacDonald.
In-person tickets are $35, or $65 including a $30 donation to support WCT. Tickets are currently available for WCT subscribers and will be available to the general public beginning Saturday, Oct. 24, online at wctlive.ca or by calling 250-374-5483.
The events are part of a "re-imagined" 2020-2021 season for WCT due to restricted audience sizes as a result of the pandemic. More in-person and online events are planned for the near future, WCT says.