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VIDEO: Brian Hill and Neil Bartram Discuss The Creation Of SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES

Based on the novel of the same name by Ray Bradbury, SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES will run at the Delaware Theatre Company through October 8. The year is 1938 in a small town where a mysterious traveling carnival passes through. Two boys bent on escaping their midway lives find adventure, and themselves, as a fight between good and evil ensues.

SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES has a book by Brian Hill, with music and lyrics by Neil Bartram. It is directed and choreographed by Rachel Rockwell, with assistant director and choreographer Katie Spelman, scenic design by Scott Davis, costume design by Theresa Ham, lighting design by Greg Hofmann, sound design by Garth Helm, and orchestrations by David Shrubsole.

The cast stars John Francis Babbo as Will Halloway, Sawyer Nunes as Jim Nightshade, Rob Riddle as Mr. Dark, and Stephen Bogardus as Carles Halloway. The cast also features Rajeer Alford, Jake Blouch, Chase Byrd, Melissa Joy Hart, Cambria Klein, Jacob Long, Marian Murphy, Meghan Murphy, Clare O'Malley, Steve Pacek, Karen Peakes, Christopher Sapienza, Joelle Teeter, Kevin Toniazz-Naughton.

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