Literal skeletons in the closet. Ghostly audiences at the Civic Theatre. A compelling electronic voice phenomenon recorded in the Plummer House basement. Kitchen table surgeries. Haunted prison tunnels. Kahler Hotel spirits.
It’s the first of three productions in the new space this season, and could be the most emotional.
What is it about the sound of giggling, laughing children coming from a cornfield that instills a creeping fear? Or scary clowns waving from a window?
Now in its sixth year, the caravan brings together and supports both established regional musicians and up-and-coming local talent.
“John Sievers and I played for a bathroom warming party a few years ago. These folks decided to redo their bathroom and then have a party to celebrate it.”
Think that the Pokémon Go craze is over? Hardly. And what’s more, the addictive app may actually help sell your home more quickly.
Steve is a bass player for the D’Sievers and for Swing Street, a 17-piece big band. He also performs with the Mayo Clinic Chamber Symphony.