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STC offers 'Ichabod: Missing in Sleepy Hollow' by Jeremy Sony

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Street Theatre's ClassAct Dramatics is proud to present "Ichabod: Missing in Sleepy Hollow" October 4 - 12. Fridays at 7 pm and Saturdays at 2 pm and 7 pm. Tickets are only $7 and are available online.

This script was selected as the winner of the Playhouse Nashville playwright contest and will be directed by Elaina McKnight Shaver.

"Ichabod: Missing in Sleepy Hollow" starts right after the Washington Irving story "ends," We are first introduced to Ichabod's classroom of students as they share the eerie tale their headmaster's disappearance. Abigail Seymour, the new Head Mistress, overhears the obviously made-up story that the students have created, or so she thinks. Throughout the story we follow Abigail and the students on a journey through Sleepy Hollow to find out just what happened to the infamous, Ichabod Crane. The characters, uncover revelations, gain clues about the Headless Horseman's identity, and meet all the original Irving characters.

The delightful cast includes Rachael Wooley, Jonah Darnell, Laura Carpenter, Allie Douthat, Caitlin Dobbins, JT Friend, Adrian Koumanelis, Gabi Kirby, Madison Brown, Zoe Garner, Sarah Hanson, Tony Batson, Rowan McCoy, ZaKyra McKinney, Skye Shaw, Sydney Aslan, Campbell Pflaum, Sadie Reed, Emma Herron, Emilie Webb, Allie Bennett, and Benton Aslan, with the role of Hanna De Dappere played by Jule Voss, Abigail Seymour played by Quinn Cooke and Adam Dillinger as the infamous Ichabod Crane.

These special events are included with the ticket price:

October 4th – Opening Night Reception
Join us after the show for an Opening Night Reception given by the Street Theatre Board of Directors
October 12th (Matinee Show only) – Costume Contest
Come in costume and be entered into the Costume Contest to win a prize!
October 12th – (Evening Show only) – Improv Troupe Pre-Show Entertainment
Doors will open half an hour early for the pre-show hilarity

For more information, visit the STC website and click on ClassAct Dramatics.

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