Monthly Archives: October 2012

Turn of the Screw

We here at The Echo love Halloween, and we feel that October is just too short for us to truly revel in the Halloween spirit.  So, we have decided to stretch Halloween out just a little bit further into November.

(Please express our sincere apologies to Thanksgiving for stealing its thunder.  But Thanksgiving is probably used to that, what with Christmas encroaching upon its turf every year and all.)

But back to the point!

In order to extend the Halloween spirit a bit, we at The Echo are proud to present a delightfully spooky rendition of a delightfully spooky story:  The Turn of the Screw.

Bring a date/friend/family member/dog to snuggle with on November 7-16th and enjoy getting spooked.

Because that’s what the Halloween season is all about.  Mwahahahaha!




SpineTingle Mix and Mingle

Mwahahahahaha!  Something spooky is going on at The Echo tomorrow night at 7:30.  It’s our first Halloween party, and we want you to be there with us.  We’ll have storytellers and treats and fun for all.  Bring a date or pick up on one.  Or bring the whole family and some blankets and come snuggle around the proverbial Echo fire.

We’ll see you tomorrow.

Goodbye, Ideal Husband

People say that nothing good lasts forever.  These people have clearly never eaten McDonald’s French Fries.

But I digress.

The point is, An Ideal Husband has closed and we’re ever-so-grateful for the wonderful people who were involved: the cast, the crew, and the audience members.  That is why I am writing a haiku for all of you, free of charge.

Ahem.  May I have silence as I light the candle for the poetry reading?  Thank you.


An Ideal Haiku

Oscar Wilde wrote it,

But you all made it awesome.

Pink cherry blossoms.

*The candle is blown out*

Thank you.  Haikus are weird.

Are you missing us already?  Come visit!  We have Improv Friends shows coming up, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in October, and Turn of the Screw and Martyr’s Crossing in November.

We’ll see you there.  And maybe I’ll write another haiku for you, if you’re lucky.