3 Spooky shows that you can’t miss this fall
The Wilma Theater moved to Broad Street in 1996. Hard to believe that “Macbeth” will be the first production of Shakespeare in that location, especially with auteur directors Blanka and Jiri Zizka at the helm for all those years.
Sept. 29 through Nov. 7
265 S. Broad St. $20-$59 www.wilmatheater.org
New York writer/performer Erik Jackson’s adaptation of this Stephen King novel promises more laughs than frights in a fun-loving Halloween send-up.
Oct. 2 through Nov. 7,
Wolf Building, 340 N. 12th St., $15-$23
‘Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom’
Fresh from its debut at the Humana Festival, reality and Zombie-gaming collide in this modern comic nightmare by Los Angles writer Jennifer Haley.
Oct. 14-31, Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre, 2111 Sansom St., $10-$20