Wake up, Sleepy-heads! For two nights ONLY the Old Franklin School, a landmark (and haunted) 1807 schoolhouse, is the classroom of Ichabod Crane and

       
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Wake up, Sleepy-heads!

For two nights ONLY the Old Franklin School, a landmark (and haunted) 1807 schoolhouse, is the classroom of Ichabod Crane and the homestead of Baltus Van Tassell. That’s right, folks! The Van Tassell’s are throwing a Harvest Party the whole town is talking about! And guess what? You’re invited!

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW: A Staged Radio Play, Interactive Haunt, and Themed Party!!

6 & 8 PM, Sun. Oct 26 and 7 & 9 PM, Thurs. Oct 30 @ the Old Franklin School (491 Middlesex Ave., Metuchen)

Tickets (a head): $15.00 (advance); $25.00 (door; if available). To purchase advance tickets online (CC only) click HERE or call 862.368.2202. Printed tickets (cash only) NOW available at Marafiki (20 New Street, Metuchen)!

Angered that hometown heiress Katrina Van Tassell has grown fond of recently hired schoolmaster Ichabod Crane, village rowdy "Brom" Bones tries to scare off the timorous teacher with local legends of a Headless Horseman, said to be the ghost of a Hessian soldier decapitated by a stray cannonball during the Revolutionary War. It all comes to a "head" (so to speak) one dark, fateful night under a lightning-struck tulip tree.

Starring Laurence Mintz, Danielle Illario, Jeff Maschi, and Michael Jarmus

WITH theatrical lighting! Period costumes! Vintage commercials! Golden Age radio equipment! Extensive sound effects!

AND homemade Dutch doughnuts (oly koeks), a variety of pies/crumbles/buckles, apple cider (hot/cold), and spiced rum (for those inclined to spike).

PLUS a variety of surprise, interactive special effects by movie FX man (and William Castle buff) Jason Diorio!

JUST ADDED: Danielle Illario, in character as Katrina Van Tassell, sings the early 19th century song, The Last Rose of Summer.

Run time: 55 min. Spooky fun for the whole family! (Parental guidance suggested.)

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Raconteur Radio stages theatrical presentations of vintage radio plays, pop culture parodies, and classic works of literature for live audiences throughout the Tri-state area. For more info, click HERE.

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