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“A Mark Twain Halloween”

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Time: 7 p.m.


“A Mark Twain Halloween”
Zion United Church of Christ, 22 Gettysburg Street
Arendtsville, Pennsylvania

“A MARK TWAIN HALLOWEEN” is a Benefit Performance for Adams County ASPCA.

Come and hear spooky tales of ghosts, witches, and spirits with Mark Twain’s unique view of the supernatural – “Besides scaring off witches, witch balls also ward off the evil eye, and evil spirits, and bad luck. But it will do nothing for warts. To cure warts, you need a dead rat and a grave-yard at midnight.”

Professional actor, Ray Carver plays Mark Twain. Critics say of his performance “It seems as though time has been suspended – that could be the drawling Mark Twain up there on stage, reeling off his one-liners and holding the audience in his spell.” Carver’s work at the Minnesota Festival Theater was called “impressive.”

All tickets are Pay What You Can – $1, $5, $10, $20 or more – each audience member decides their own ticket price – all proceeds will go to the Adams County SPCA in memory of Twain’s cat, Bambino.

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