Spooky + twisted tales of everyday horror
Clay McLeod Chapman’s oddball sensibility is just what we needed to get us in ghostly spirits for this upcoming holiday. His Pumpkin Pie Show’s been going strong for over a decade now, and for good reason. The night’s a combination of a one-man show and hilariously creepy live readings. Don’t expect your average campfire tales, that’d be too easy. Think more along the lines of possessed hair extensions and masturbating at a matinee of Phantom Of The Opera. Yep, this is as amazing as it sounds. General admission. Please arrive on time as late seating may not always be accommodated.
"A new generation of theater artists reared on a diet of vampires, zombies and charming serial killers. Call this movement the Theater of Blood."