Westfield High theatre students will hold their annual Haunted House on Monday-Tuesday, Oct. 22-23, from 6-8 p.m., in the school theater. This community event provides a safe and fun environment for all ages, while raising money for the school’s award-winning theater department. Costumes are encouraged and candy will be plentiful.
This year’s Haunted House will be divided into two areas, with two levels of fun. The first, called the Carn’Evil, is for younger and meeker attendees. There’ll be face painting, a joke-telling pirate and a cove of silly witches, among other treats. The Haunted House, however, is not for the faint of heart. Zombies will be unleashed and the electric chair will be charged. Visitors enter at their own risk.
Students come together from inside and outside the theater department to design, build and perform in the Haunted House/Carn’Evil. “The actors have just as much fun as their audience,” said Theater Director Susie Pike. “It’s just a really good time.”
Tickets are $3 for the Carn’Evil and $5 for access to both attractions. Refreshments will be sold. For more information, contact Becky Hawryluk at email@example.com.