October 8, 9, 15,
16, 22, 23
"My kids loved it and are already asking to go again next year!"
"Monsters' Coalition" was written by
Megan Waring and Abbie Gregory.
Presented by Greene Room Productions and Silver Bell Farm.
Sponsored by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
"Just back from the Woodland. Beautiful night for a walk in the woods. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Very talented young people."
Woodland of Wonder:
"We had a great time searching for Charlotte and Red!!"
"We were at the 7pm show. A great performance for the whole family again this year!"
"Really enjoyed the Grimm Crusade! It was much more than I expected. Interactive, awesome. Without going into details, a must see. Bring your flashlight!"
Are you brave enough to join the Coalition?
Many years ago, the world became an unsafe place for all monsters, forcing them to live secretly under a protected spell in the woodlands of Silver Bell Farm...until now. Every October, humans are allowed to pass through the magic barriers and move amongst the spookiest, creepiest, and silliest of ghouls, ghosts and monsters. Can you help the monsters gather the ingredients that they need to break the spell? Gather your friends and join us for an interactive, outdoor theater experience on the moonlit trails of Silver Bell Farm.
The story unfolds one scene at a time as you walk 3/4 mile over a groomed path through the woods and fields (not recommended for wheelchairs or strollers). Please wear weather appropriate clothing and footwear.
Groups depart every 15 minutes, and the show lasts approximately an hour and fifteen minutes.
Advance reservations are required.
(No charge for children 2 and under)
"We really enjoyed the night in the Woodland of Wonder. It was an adventurous and awesome production!! What a great job everyone did!! Such talent! We had so much fun! Thank you for having this event!"
"My granddaughters and I had a great time. Thank you!"
The reviews are in! See what people had to say about previous shows!
"Great family experience. The whole production
was very interactive."