Start Halloween early with stories from ‘Fright Night’ on October 12 Ozark Radio News

WESTERN PLAINS, Mo. – Missouri State University-West Plains (MSU-WP) will host award-winning storyteller Joyce Slater for “Fright Night” at 7 p.m. on October 12 at the West Plains Civic Center theater. This event is free to the public and is aimed at teenagers and adults.

For more than 25 years, Slater has led audiences on a magical path through the realm of folk tales, fairy tales, ghost stories, personal tales and more, according to his website, She learned the trade from her grandmother and father, organizers said.

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At the Oct. 12 event, organizers said, members of the public will fight their way through a “spooky lane” as they enter and exit the theater for Slater’s performance. They will receive a free gift bag after the show that can be used to collect treats from the monsters lurking in the alley.

“We’re excited not only to hear scary stories from the talented Joyce Slater, but also to create a spooky little alleyway that will surprise members of the audience with tips and treats,” according to the theater and events coordinator of the ‘U / CP, Hannah Salvesen. .

A professional backdrop will be set up and a volunteer will be available to help attendees take some great Halloween themed photos.

Participants are encouraged to wear their own Halloween costumes appropriate to campus. Costumes cannot include weapons or excessive blood, organizers said.

For more information on “Fright Night”, call 417-255-7966 or visit

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