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On Stage at Theater Schmeater

The Twilight Zone: Live! returns to the comfy confines of Theater Schmeater, presenting three classic episodes from the iconic television series, promising to pluck at heartstrings, bemuse with dry irony, and terrify by innocence. Presented for your consideration are three memorable Rod Serling scripts. The Monsters are Due on Maple Street (First broadcast on March 4th, 1960) The thin line of civilization is crossed when a quiet suburban neighborhood is unhinged due to mysterious power outages, strange occurrences and mob fear in this chilling exposé in the human condition. The Night of the Meek (first broadcast on December 23, 1961) The promise of Christmas cheer often rings hollow to the denizens of Skid Row. But for one unfortunate, belief offers miracles in this tale that will soften the heart of the cynic, and delight the dreamer in us all. The Shelter (First broadcast September 29th, 1961) A neighborly birthday party is reduced to stark survival reflex when the word of incoming missiles comes over the radio. Who decides who dies and who gets to survive in The Shelter. The Twilight Zones: Live! will have a Pay-What-You-Can preview on Thursday November 17th at 8:00PM. Opening night is November 18th , and the production runs on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8:00PM through December 17th. Note that there are two Wednesday night performances on November 30th and December 14th. General tickets purchased on-line in advance for all shows are $2700 or $23.00 for students and seniors. General tickets purchased at the box office are $30.00 or $27.00 for students and seniors. Advance tickets are available online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2494317 or by phone at 1-800-838-3006. Thursdays are Pay-What-You-Can at the door for same day, available unreserved tickets. Box office opens at 7:00 p.m. on day of show. Theater Schmeater is located at 2125 Third Ave, in the heart of Belltown The Twilight Zone: Live! returns to the comfy confines of Theater Schmeater, presenting three classic episodes from the iconic television series, promising to pluck at heartstrings, bemuse with dry irony, and terrify by innocence.

The Twilight Zone: Live! returns to the comfy confines of Theater Schmeater, presenting three classic episodes from the iconic television series, promising to pluck at heartstrings, bemuse with dry irony, and terrify by innocence. Presented for your consideration are three memorable Rod Serling scripts. The Monsters are Due on Maple Street (First broadcast on March 4th, 1960) The thin line of civilization is crossed when a quiet suburban neighborhood is unhinged due to mysterious power outages, strange occurrences and mob fear in this chilling exposé in the human condition. The Night of the Meek (first broadcast on December 23, 1961) The promise of Christmas cheer often rings hollow to the denizens of Skid Row. But for one unfortunate, belief offers miracles in this tale that will soften the heart of the cynic, and delight the dreamer in us all. The Shelter (First broadcast September 29th, 1961) A neighborly birthday party is reduced to stark survival reflex when the word of incoming missiles comes over the radio. Who decides who dies and who gets to survive in The Shelter. The Twilight Zones: Live! will have a Pay-What-You-Can preview on Thursday November 17th at 8:00PM. Opening night is November 18th , and the production runs on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8:00PM through December 17th. Note that there are two Wednesday night performances on November 30th and December 14th. General tickets purchased on-line in advance for all shows are $2700 or $23.00 for students and seniors. General tickets purchased at the box office are $30.00 or $27.00 for students and seniors. Advance tickets are available online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2494317 or by phone at 1-800-838-3006. Thursdays are Pay-What-You-Can at the door for same day, available unreserved tickets. Box office opens at 7:00 p.m. on day of show. Theater Schmeater is located at 2125 Third Ave, in the heart of Belltown The Twilight Zone: Live! returns to the comfy confines of Theater Schmeater, presenting three classic episodes from the iconic television series, promising to pluck at heartstrings, bemuse with dry irony, and terrify by innocence.

The Twilight Zone: Live! returns to the comfy confines of Theater Schmeater, presenting three classic episodes from the iconic television series, promising to pluck at heartstrings, bemuse with dry irony, and terrify by innocence.
Presented for your consideration are three memorable Rod Serling scripts.
The Monsters are Due on Maple Street (First broadcast on March 4th, 1960) The thin line of civilization is crossed when a quiet suburban neighborhood is unhinged due to mysterious power outages, strange occurrences and mob fear in this chilling exposé in the human condition.
The Night of the Meek (first broadcast on December 23, 1961) The promise of Christmas cheer often rings hollow to the denizens of Skid Row. But for one unfortunate, belief offers miracles in this tale that will soften the heart of the cynic, and delight the dreamer in us all.
The Shelter (First broadcast September 29th, 1961) A neighborly birthday party is reduced to stark survival reflex when the word of incoming missiles comes over the radio. Who decides who dies and who gets to survive in The Shelter.
The Twilight Zones: Live! will have a Pay-What-You-Can preview on Thursday November 17th at 8:00PM. Opening night is November 18th , and the production runs on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8:00PM through December 17th. Note that there are two Wednesday night performances on November 30th and December 14th. General tickets purchased on-line in advance for all shows are $2700 or $23.00 for students and seniors. General tickets purchased at the box office are $30.00 or $27.00 for students and seniors. Advance tickets are available online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2494317 or by phone at 1-800-838-3006. Thursdays are Pay-What-You-Can at the door for same day, available unreserved tickets. Box office opens at 7:00 p.m. on day of show.