815 Seattle Blvd S.,
Seattle, WA, 98134
Features: Open Seating, Presale Discount
Tags: Halloween, Sketch Comedy, Costume Contest, Candy, Weird, Variety, Horror, Horror Comedy, Bizarre, Strange, Theatre, Funny, Erie, Odd,
Some Mature content, not advisable for children under 10
Brand New Horror Comedy from some of Seattle’s Weirdest and Funniest Voices
Seattlecomedy.org and The Slate Theater proudly present, Halloween Hell Harvest (of Comedy!)
Halloween Hell Harvest, Seattlecomedy.org’s first original production, is a collaboration of a few of Seattle’s weirdest minded sketch comedy writers and performers creating an entirely new, dark, bizarre, and sometimes surreal collection of horror comedy sketches. HHH’s sketches will range from strange and macabre looks at everyday places and events such as small town dinners and crafting shows to delightfully silly looks at familiar horror staples like interdimensional Lovecraftian horrors, Dr.Moreau’s abominations of science, and the real life terrors of sleep paralysis.
Halloween Hell Harvest features a Seattle sketch comedy “all star” cast that is: Liz Brammer (Liz & Joel, Unexpected Productions), Kevin Clarke (The Entertainment Show, Weird and Awesome w/ Emmett Montgomery), Samantha Demboski (Fifty Percent Less Bear, BEEF!), Matt Hatfield (Drop the Root Beer and Run, Matt-enee), Elena Martinez (Sober Virgin, Getting Naked with Friends), Jason Miller (Ubiquitous They, Jason & Spike), Kara O’Connor (Day Job, The Fantastic Miss Adventures of Twisty Shakes), Matt Olson (Smat!, Drop the Root Beer and Run), and Joel Osborne (Liz and Joel).
In addition to the performance from the show’s main cast, each night will also feature guest performances from notable Seattle comedians and horror enthusiasts; stand up comedian and creepy doll collector, Allison Lizotte (Oct 27th) Monster themed sketch comedy from Death and Taxes (Chris Allen and Graham Downing – Oct 28th) and experts of the paranormal and occult: Gloomwhisper Entrancement (Improvisers Elicia Wickstead and Ian Schempp – Oct 29th). Each night will also feature a short film debut from Kara O’Connor, Matt Hatfield, Wes Johnson, featuring a brand new song from local sci fi synthpop hero, Jesse Mercury.
Every night will also include a Costume Contest! Prizes! And of course, Candy!