Well… we guess we wouldn’t mind a few goofy skeletons and fun-loving ghouls, but no jump scares, okay?
During a time when the spooks can start to feel a bit overwhelming, we’re focusing on our favorite part of the Halloween season: treats. The creativity and community that surround SCT serves as a constant delight. And while we love a scary October story as much as the next Halloween lover, we’re letting our community partnerships, faithful families, and fellow theatres serve as nightlight to keep things bright when the world starts to feel a little dark.
So read on, and join us in celebrating community and indulging in some SCT treats this spooky season.
DIVE BACK IN: THE GHOSTLIGHT STORIES
It wouldn’t be Halloween without a few scares...right? Earlier this year, SCT actors, staff members, and families worked together to recreate their favorite spooky stories for a 10-part series called The Ghostlight Stories. These weekly 15-minute episodes took a look at things that scare us, thrill us and ignite courage. We’ve chosen 10 spook-tacular Ghost Light Stories for you and the whole family to revisit this month so keep an eye on SCT’s social accounts throughout the month for their release!
What’s your favorite scary story? We want to know! Send us a video of you, your friends, or your family recreating your favorite spooky tale for a chance to be featured on SCT’s Facebook page.
INSPIRATION: TOP 10 SCT CHARACTERS TO BE THIS HALloween
Stuck on ideas for this year's Halloween costume? We're here to help! Take a look below for 10 inspiring, goofy, and bold characters to dress up as this year from past SCT productions. Build your own boat and travel to where the wild things are as Max, ditch the dress and become your own princess like Snow White, or channel your courage and throw on your boxing gloves as Cassius Clay.
The options are endless!
A TREAT FOR SCT DONORS!
The next chapter of this story begins with donors like you. Won’t you give today?
BIG NEWS: A KIDS PLAY ABOUT RACISM NOW FREE FOR EDUCATORS
SCT, in partnership with 41 TYA Theatres across the country, is pleased to announce that A Kids Play About Racism is now available free of charge to classroom and homeschool educators around the world! In addition to the virtual experience, all education materials thoughtfully crafted by SCT education staff are also available to students and educators.
DON'T MISS OUT: SATURDAY MORNING STORIES WITH KING-FM
Listeners can tune in at 8:30 a.m. through November 7, 2020.