Twin Cities Horror Fest seeks revenge, has a Kickstarter
|Some of the freaks, specters, and murderers hoping for a successful Kickstarter campaign|
This year, six productions are scheduled to hit the stage. Works include a murder mystery from Four Humors; "Tainted Love," a dance piece written by Courtney McLean that explores a variety of topics (masturbation, technology, love) with a tainted theme; and Comedy Suitcase's family-friendly Harty Boys will return with an ill-fated puzzle to solve concerning the Mall of America.
The festival will kick off on Halloween, and features two weekends of macabre shenanigans. Friday, November 8 also boasts a Recycle Your Halloween Costume party.
So far, the Kickstarter campaign has reached about 61 percent of its $8,000 goal. With only four days to go, they've hit $4,917. Donations start at $1. Should the campaign be successful, tickets for the event will go on sale the evening of Friday, October 4.
You can make donations here. Be sure to check out the pretty great campaign video below: