Many people have heard of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. A spooky thrilling classic comes to life at the Glenns Ferry Historic Theatre with 5 performances.

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is being directed by Amy Cole and performed on October 20th and 21st at 7:30 PM. It’s too late for dinner reservations, but you can still attend the show and grab something from the concession stand. Tickets are $12 for the show or $15 for the balcony. Doors open at 7 PM.

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If a dinner theater experience sounds good to you, book ahead for the 27th or 28th. Doors open for dinner at 6 PM, and reservations are required. Pumpkin soup and fresh rolls begin the dinner followed by bacon-wrapped gourmet meatloaf. Dessert will be served with water or iced tea included. Soft drinks are available at an additional cost. The cost for dinner and show is $37 or $40 for balcony seating.

If you’re too easily frightened by the performance and think you’ll be difficult to get back home, a matinee on October 28th may be more fitting to your temperament. Doors open at 1 PM and entry is $10.

If you want entertainment this weekend and opt for dinner theater next weekend, The Wilson Theater in Rupert is hosting the Wilson Wizarding Experience. Or maybe Evil Dead the Musical at the Orpheum is more to your liking.

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Glenns Ferry Historic Opera Theater has other events coming up. There is a shopping bazaar planned for November 25, and It’s a Wonderful Life is a play slated for December.

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