Skeleton Crew Halloween Show

Skeleton Crew Halloween Show

Thursday, October 28, 2021, 8:00 pm until 9:15 pm
18+ show at 8PM for some proper New English Troll humor.

It's game night...but what if the game plays you? When a few friends gather to try out the latest RPG, The Greenwood Adventures, they get much, much more than they bargained for. The boundary between fantasy and reality crumbles, promises of riches and acclaim beyond their wildest dreams abound. But danger lurks around every corner. To survive, they'll have no choice but to use their skills, wits and maybe the assistance of fellow adventure lovers to help make it through the game.

Can their friendships endure riddle-spinning ents, flirtatious witches, reformed pirate skeletons, and a spider the size of a Prius? And when the 4th wall breaks, will you help pick up a shattered pumpkin piece?

Join the larger-than-life creatures of Skeleton Crew Theater in its first indoor immersive Halloween theatrical show! Yes, we're finally out of the woods and bringing our original characters, sets and surprises at the Shea Theater for the high October holiday.

Shows run Thursday Oct 28 to Sat Oct 30.

Family friendly shows start at 4 and 6.

And if you dare, try our 18+ show at 8PM for some proper New English Troll humor.

Tickets are $10/adults, $7 12-18, and under 12 $5,

Special Thanks to Our Sponsors and Underwriters

Australis AquacultureArtisan Beverage CooperativeBenjamin CompanyBerkshire Brewing CompanyCohn and Company Real Estate AgencyCommunity CreditCommon CapitalCommunity Foundation of Western MassachusettsConnecticut River InternistsDean's BeansEasthampton Savings BankFirstLight GDF SueznaGill TavernGoff MediaGreat Falls HarvestGreen River FestivalGreenfield Community CollegeGreenfield Cooperative BankGreenfield Savings BankLootMassachusetts Cultural CouncilMontague WebWorksNortheast SolarPeople's PintRainmaker ConsultingThe RendezvousSolar Store of GreenfieldStobierski and ConnorTold VideoTrue North TransitTurn It Up

Special thanks to the Mass Cultural Council for their vital support this year in the form of a Cultural Sector Recovery Grant for Organizations, as well as a Festivals & Projects Grant. We'd also like to thank the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts for their support in the form of a Flexible Funding grant. We couldn't do this work without you!