Sea Tea Comedy Theater Hosts a Full Show of Scary Stories

Everyone’s got a story of something spooky that happened to them -- or at least their second aunt. On October 27th & 28th at the Sea Tea Comedy Theater, the state’s best improvisers will turn audience tales of the unexpected into a full show of scary stories. One weekend only! Both performances will begin at 8:00 pm. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at www.seateaimprov.com.

Watch a group of campers spin terrifying true stories into horrifically funny campfire tales in this long-form improv show. First developed and performed at Unexpected Productions in Seattle, this show takes your real-life scary stories and turns them into comedy with hilarious twists and surprises!

The cast includes Claire Zick and Kevin MacDermott of West Hartford, Chris Dube of Bethel, Jamie Guite of Hamden, Erica Willis, Casey Grambo and Nate Gagnon of Hartford, and Allan Smith of Rocky Hill. These Connecticut-based comedians have performed a collective several decades of improvised comedy all over the USA. Many of them can be seen performing regularly at Playhouse on Park in West Hartford, the Sea Tea Comedy Theater in downtown Hartford, the Buttonwood Tree in Middletown, and beyond.

Audience members are encouraged to come with their true stories of spook-tastic events that have happened to you, your friends, or family. Nothing is too weird or wild for these performers.

“Campfire” was first produced by Unexpected Productions (Seattle, WA). Unexpected Productions and The Market Theater are located downtown in Pike Place Market, in the heart of Seattle's Tourist District. This renowned comedy theater has been developing unique improvised forms and shows for many years, including the popular “An Improvised Christmas Carol” (which ran at the Sea Tea Comedy Theater in 2016 and will revive this holiday season).

The Sea Tea Comedy Theater opened in August 2016 and has enjoyed a full year of unique comedy shows each weekend. “Campfire” joins an exciting and spooky fall roster, including “An Improvised Horror Movie,” a screening of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” “Harry Potter Improv for Families,” and more.

For tickets and information about “Campfire” at the Sea Tea Comedy Theater, visit www.seateaimprov.com.

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