Head to the theatre this Halloween season

There are several productions hitting the stage this month, so head to the Theatre Charleston for mad scientists, murder mysteries and panic this Halloween season.

Some of the productions include:
Clue: The Musical, directed by Maida Libkin
If you like the board game and movie, you'll love this hilarious murder mystery musical comedy! The whole audience plays this time, helping decide if it was Col. Mustard, Prof. Plum, Miss Peacock or any of the other colorful characters "who dunnit." With delectable cuisine by the legendary 82 Queen Restaurant in the charming Cotton Dock at Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens, this is an event you won't want to miss!

This show plays at Boone Hall Plantation on October 15, 22, 29 & November 5, 12, 19.
Read our preview of the event.

Frankenstein, directed by Julian Wiles
Monsters, grave robbers, mad scientists, epic thunderstorms and a creaky castle provide all the eerie elements for this chilling adaptation of Mary Shelley's novel, Frankenstein. In a rooftop laboratory, Dr. Victor Frankenstein dabbles with the newly discovered force of electricity in an experiment that goes terribly, terribly wrong.

This show play at Charleston Stage from October 15 - November 1.

Puttin on the Ritz, directed by Robert Ray
This is the latest offering from Broadway performer and NYC Cabaret star Robert Ray. You can expect to hear Irving Berlin's greatest songs. Puttin on the Ritz will feature Ray's high-energy, beautiful-costumed production style with tight harmonies and show-stopper after show-stopper.

This show plays at the Footlight Players from October 17 - November 2.

These are just a few of the productions hitting the stage this season, so get your tickets now at their respective playhouses.