Topic: Halloween Identity
Conditions: Full of possibility
COMMENTS: Some have decided who they want to become for Halloween, others have not. Finding a great alter-ego and a quality, well-fitting costume is key to enjoying Halloween festivities. The Spokane Civic Theatre has been transforming locals into characters through clothing for over 70 years... and you can benefit from a trip into our closet: The Little Shop Of Rentals. Experienced staff are on hand to help style your look with the perfect accessories.
KEY FEATURES: Find us on the 3rd Floor, above the Firth J Chew Studio Theatre [1020 N Howard Street].
Tuesday: 10am - 6pm
Wednesday: 10am - 6pm
Thursday: 10am - 6pm
Friday: 10am - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 4pm
editors' recommendation: we must add... an outing to the Civic for incredible stage-worn costumes should be capped off by pizza and beer at Veraci, which is just a few blocks away in Kendall Yards. It's only proper. Thanks for filing a report, Mikayla!
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