“Something Wicked This Way Comes”.

Alana Rader, Joml Peacock. The Colonial Theatre presents “Something Wicked This Way Comes”, October 27th, 2018 at The Shelter Harbor Inn , Westerly, RI. | Jackie Turner, Special to The Sun.

WESTERLY —  “Something Wicked This Way Comes," a Halloween fundraiser and "immersive experience," sponsored by the Colonial Theatre, will be held Saturday at the Babcock-Smith House Museum, according to Alana Rader, co-artistic directors of education.

The event will feature scenes from various Shakespeare plays, from Arthur Miller's "The Crucible," and "a few surprises," Rader said in an email message.

"All money raised will go toward our production of 'The Crucible' at Westerly High School," Rader added. 

Rade, who co-directs with Jon L Peacock, work with Westerly High School students "through a myriad of environments, from the traditional classroom setting to "on-the-job" training with internships, understudying, and intensive-style training."

They currently co-teach the "THEATRE 1 & 2" classes at Westerly High School, co-direct the school plays and musicals each semester, and head the "MIDSUMMER MADNESS!" Youth Theatre Camps each summer.

Costumes are welcome! For more information, send email to info@colonialtheatreri.org

— Nancy Burns-Fusaro

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