This theatrical retelling of the classic short story by Washington Irving is perfect for the Halloween season. “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” published in 1820, tells the story of Ichabod Crane and his attempt to win the heart of his love, Katrina Van Tassel. This comical and ghostly tale accompanies Crane through the town of Sleepy Hollow, NY, where he is visited by a mysterious ghost, the Headless Horseman.
The play is appropriate for middle and high school students, and this production will feature student performers, designers, and technicians. The Pay What You Can performances will include distribution of free books to students, as part of our initiative connecting theatre to literacy.
Rated: PG for scary content
Performed on the Waldron Stage at 20 Church Ave, SE.
All tickets are pay what you can and available 30 minutes prior to each performance.