Scary, Original Stories Come to Cotuit Center for the Arts

Cotuit Center For The Arts

COTUIT – The Cotuit Center for the Arts presents the world premiere of Jim Dalglish’s new play, “Dark Tales Told on a Cold Autumn Eve,” later this month in the Black Box Theater.

Every autumn during a full moon, Sam lights a fire in the hearth of his old, abandoned tavern deep in the woods of Great Island. It’s a signal for the lost and forgotten souls of Cape Cod to emerge from the shadows to share their tales.

“Dark Tales Told on a Cold Autumn Eve” is a collection of scary, original stories—mysterious and haunting—of the supernatural world of Cape Cod. Written by the award-winning author of “Lines in the Sand,” “Unsafe,” and “Bark Park,” all of which were presented at Cotuit Center for the Arts, the show is a perfect Halloween outing for adults with a taste for the macabre.

Performances are October 11th through the 28th Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 2 PM in the Black Box Theater.

Tickets are $20, $15 for members. For more information, visit

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