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War of the Worlds

October 30, 1938. Just as families snuggled by their radios to listen to The Mercury Theater on the Air’s Halloween episode, a live news broadcast broke, alerting citizens across the nation of an in-progress alien invasion. Panic ensued, and narrator and future filmmaker Orson Welles went down in history. The Company Theatre serves up the sci-fi camp of War of the Worlds with a side of meatballs for their All Hallows’ Eve installment of the Dinnerbox Series. Actor Damian Gillen flies solo in this production, so come prepared to create end-of-the-world sound effects.

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