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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

Production Tips for
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

adapted by Lindsay Price from Washington Irving

Icabod Crane is new to Sleepy Hollow and seems to fit right in. He's taking over the choir, courting the wealthy daughter, and sharing a ghost story or two. But not everyone is happy to see Icabod and not everyone thinks he loves ghost stories as much as he says. What happens when Icabod gets a ghoulish surprise?

This new adaptation of the Washington Irving story is excellent for large groups and suitably spooky for Halloween!

Choral Work Classical Adaptation Mystery

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Tips from past Producers

We used the Virginia Reel for our line dance, and used different parts of it in the other two dances in the show. This made it easier for my students to remember the steps. We also build a Headless Horseman costume instead of the puppet suggested in the appendix.

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