Posted: Friday, October 11, 2013 12:00 am
“Shelterskelter,” the Shelterbelt Theatre's annual collection of short plays with a Halloween theme, is always a mixed bag of tone, quality and subject matter.
Sometimes the authors go for sexual or gross-out comedy, sometimes just gore, and sometimes they want to genuinely scare the audience. The O. Henry twist at the end of a short story has been popular, too.
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