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The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey to Present Something Wicked This Way Comes

By New York City

The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey is to present the third annual Something Wicked This Way Comes, October 29 at 7:30pm at the F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre.

Something Wicked This Way Comes features a collage of dramatic readings from the classic canon of the macabre as well as haunting music, and an atmospheric soundscape created by composer, musician, and one of the world's foremost theremin players John Hoge.

Hoge has performed with the New York Theremin Society and is the editor of ThereminWorld.com. He has played the theremin on stage in the New York Fringe Festival 2007 and composed music and worked as sound designer for theaters including The Public Theatre NYC, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, and Indiana Repertory Theater.

For more information and tickets to Something Wicked This Way Comes, click here.

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