Enter a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity as Theater Company of Lafayette heralds in the Halloween season with the return of audience-favorite “The Twilight Zone: Volume 10 (a parody).”
It’s a step back in time with three classic episodes from the original Twilight Zone series, performed live, on stage, complete with vintage commercials. Three veteran directors helm each of the episodes: Ian Gerber directs “Walking Distance” and returns to the TCL stage as the iconic emcee Rod Serling. Kirsten Jorgensen Smith directs “The Rip van Winkle Caper” and Vonalda Utterback directs “The Lateness of the Hour.” Artistic Director Madge Montgomery and Don Thumim direct the vintage commercials, sure to tickle your funny bone.
Channel your inner “mystic seer” with TZ Trivia at intermission and win a Twinkie…or two.
Trick or Treat with TZ for a spooky good time! Come in costume on October 31 for our Halloween performance. Everyone in costume will be entered in a raffle to win a special TZ prize!
Oct 23 – Nov 14
Fri/Sat at 7:30 p.m.; Thurs. Nov. 5 and Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m. and Sun., Nov. 1 and Nov. 8 at 2 p.m.
Special pricing for opening night and Thursday performances only:
ALL TICKETS $10
Announcing the winners of the Candy Corn Contest from the September 18 Art Night Out:
Charles and Julie Ash came the closest with their guess of 327 candy corns in the jar. (The actual number was 329.) Congratulations! They are the winners of 2 free tickets to the Twilight Zone.
Check out the trailer for Twilight Zone!
Sundays in November: Space Cook!
The thrilling radio adventures of Space Cook continue in Episodes 3 and 4. Rashida Dawn Potts (a.k.a. Space Cook) and her companions, the Perotti’s Pixie People named Izzy and Clee, are off on a quest through the derelict spaceship “Wasatch” to find the artificial legs of her fellow crewman, Barney “Gams” Ojeda, which seem to have walked off while Rashida and Barney were in stasis. Rashida, Izzy, and Clee must avoid the dangers lurking about the “Wasatch” on their journey. Will they make it? Come and find out!
Performances November 1, 8, and 15 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $5.00 online or at the door.
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