Join us, intrepid viewer, for the experience that is Tales from Camp Strangewood. Originally livestreamed in the summer of 2020, each installment of this anthology was helmed by its own playwright, director, and team of actors. These chilling tales follow the eclectic inhabitants of Camp Strangewood, as they encounter circumstances on the very edge of reality on the same particularly strange night.
This project was the recipient of a 2020 Transformative Public Art Grant from the City of Boston Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture.
Head to the episode links below or watch on our YouTube channel to catch up with the campers at Strangewood!
THE PURITANS — JUL 19 @ 8 PM EDT
It’s July, there’s a full moon, and it's almost lights out at Camp Strangewood. A coven of young witches must perform their arcane ritual tonight, no matter the cost.
MISTER CHAMPAGNE — JUL 26 @ 8 PM EDT
A triptych of campers sneaks out after dark to watch a banned horror movie and becomes haunted by faulty wiring, national tragedy, and a very fussy clown.
THE LEGEND OF GHOST GIRL — AUG 2 @ 8 PM EDT
A cabin of musical campers goes in search of Ghost Girl and her legendary song. Will they make it out of the woods alive? And more importantly, will they have the chops to win the camp talent show?
DOUBLE TROUBLE (THE MINISODE) — AUG 5 @ 8 PM EDT
Follow us @CampStrangewood on Instagram Live to catch an emergency evening broadcast of the Morning Announcements, as camper Stevie realizes their Parent Trap fantasy isn't quite what they expected.
SHIPWRECK CABIN — AUG 9 @ 8 PM EDT
Cabin Four has a bit of a turbulent reputation. Is it just a flair for the dramatics, or is something more sinister swimming just below the surface?
THE ROOSTER AND THE MAGNET — AUG 16 @ 8 PM EDT
A van is stolen. A killer is punished. And a trio of older campers says farewell to their summer home.
CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN CABIN SIX — AUG 23 @ 8 PM EDT
As summer draws to a close, Head Counselor Durden must deal with four tweens on the verge of a frightful discovery. Puberty brings along all kinds of horrors...
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