Imaginatively directed by Paige Dunckel and well narrated by Cassie Little, the four stories are a little spooky, a little funny, with a graceful Eastern charm and grace - and a few fun contemporary references. Each story was intriguing and the actors portrayed their characters well. Our favorite story was "The Oni Dilemma" where Michael Samhat as the "vegetarian demon" stole the show.
Kudos to Jeff Boerger for a fine, two story set, beautifully painted in Asian style by Kim Lennox. The costumes properties and puppets were creatively designed by Kate Hudson Koskinen.
The whole show is only about 75 minutes, with no intermission - just right for young attention spans. Shows start at 7pm Saturday and Sunday. Free of charge, but it's nice to bring a little cash for the "offering" bucket to support LCC students.