Oct. 8-16 Fiction/Antifiction: An Exploration of Creation in Three Acts Blue Barn Theatre’s Witching Hour 614 S. 11th St. Fri.-Sat. 11 p.m., $10, 651.6795 facebook.com/bbwitchinghour The Witching Hour is the Blue Barn’s late night ensemble theater company, now in its seventh season. This one sounds like a gem. As the title suggests, it’s an examination of artistic creation, destruction and the creation of the world. The original work evolved out of the suggestion, “What do you think of when you hear the word creation?” Three one-act plays came from that prompt, involving dance, dialogue, poetry and movement. “It was a really organic process that brought us to the show we have,” says Jenny Pool, a director and writer for the Witching Hour. The show follows Blue Barn’s current production of Talk Radio.


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